Year: 2020

What the COVID19 crisis means for the governance of integration

The COVID19 crisis has significant impact on the governance of migration and migration-related diversities. The governance of migration has changed in the context of the new mobilities and immobilities at times of the pandemic. This challenges conventional ways of thinking for instance on asylum policy and return policies.

UNIC wins EU grant for European University

UNIC has won a European University grant from the European Commission. UNIC offers an alliance of eight universities from eight European countries: University of Deusto (Spain), Ruhr University Bochum (Germany), University College Cork (Ireland), Koç University (Turkey), University of Liège (Belgium), University of Oulu (Finland), University of Zagreb (Croatia) and Erasmus University Rotterdam (coordinator, the …

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UNIC Joins HEI Summer Forum (organized by DEUSTO)

Monday, July 20th from 11 to 12.30 –  Erasmus University Rotterdam – Higher education in super diverse settings Tuesday, July 21st from 12 to 13.30 – Ruhr-Universität Bochum –  Using Virtual Exchange for international online collaboration Wednesday, July 22nd from 11 to 12.30 – University College Cork –  The Civic University – A University in the service of society Thursday, …

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Eight European universities in post-industrial cities sign mission statement UNIC

On February 5th 2020 at Erasmus University Rotterdam the rectors of eight European Universities signed the mission statement of UNIC: The European University of Post-Industrial Cities. Together, the universities of Bilbao, Bochum, Cork, Istanbul, Liège, Oulu, Rotterdam and Zagreb have a clear mission to boost mobility and inclusion for impact in a superdiverse society. Post-industrial cities throughout Europe face many of the same …

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