Neighbourhood-focused Care and Older Migrants

by Hanna Murray-Carlsson In the project Diversity in Elderly Care, dr. Roos Pijpers and Eniec member Hanna Carlsson are researching how neighbourhood-focused work influences how older migrants gain access to care. The policy of neighborhood-focused work is based on the assumption that services are more accessible if they are geographically close. We recently published our […]

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A Research to the Housing Needs and Wishes of Turkish and Moroccan Immigrants in Rotterdam

by Sanne Geers, Stichting Ouderenhuisvesting Rotterdam (SOR) Rotterdam is the multicultural city of the Netherlands with around 170 different nationalities. This can lead to a large diversity of needs, for example in ​​housing needs en wishes. As a categorical housing corporation, SOR is for all the elderly, and specifically for the vulnerable elderly. Vulnerable refers […]

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Researching Intercultural Competence of Medical Students: Erika Marek in Nicosia

written by Erika Marek Dr Erika Marek, senior lecturer represented our department and gave oral presentation at the 2nd International Congress of Health Workforce Education and Research organized by the European University Cyprus in Nicosia, Cyprus between 9th – 10th May 2019. The title of the presentation: Medical students’ self-assessed level of intercultural competence: first results of […]

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Croatian Ethnicity in Hungary

By Nikolett Arnold The Croatian minority in Hungary is a very prominent one that also has a minority government and is able to advise the government on minority policy, however does not have a vote in parliament. Croatia is our southern neighbor and througout history the borders of the countries have changed many times, it was […]

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