AISSR Harvest Day 2018: Migration & Refugees, Economic Justice and Education
At the 2018 edition of the AISSR Harvest Day social science researchers will present new insights and results on the themes: 1) Migration & Refugees, 2) Education and 3) Economic Justice. With keynotes by Hein de Haas, Bowen Paulle and Nicky Pouw.
The Harvest Day provides fresh insights into social science research at the University of Amsterdam. The format is an integrated programme combining a Plenary Session with 3 short keynotes and filmclips, followed by Open Space discussions with researchers of the actual harvested research.
You can now register for the event through the form below.
It is also possible to register only for the Plenary Session or Open Space - please refer to the registration form.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Zahra Runderkamp, AISSR (email@example.com).
Theme Migration & Refugees
Keynote by Hein de Haas
Hein de Haas is Professor of Sociology at the University of Amsterdam and founding member and former co-director of the International Migration Institute (IMI) of the University of Oxford. His research focuses on the linkages between migration and broader processes of social transformation and development in origin and destination countries.
Keynote by Bowen Paulle
Bowen Paulle, Assistant Professor of Sociology, is presently principal investigator of five-year, mixed method evaluation project in 'High Dosage Tutoring'. Initiated and largely managed at the grassroots level by a voluntary organization, the primary aim of this effort is to achieve measurable increases in the cognitive and socio-emotional development of roughly 1000 students attending four different primacy school students in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Rotterdam.
Theme Economic Justice
Keynote by Nicky Pouw
Nicky Pouw is Associate Professor in the Governance and Inclusive Development research programme (GID) of the AISSR. She is an economist with 20 years of research experience in international development studies, mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa. She aims to make a contribution to the construction of inclusive development indicators for African countries, and to initiate new research on how to include the poorest of the poor.
Speakers Open space
Theme Migration and Refugees: Polly Pallister-Wilkins, Abbey Steele, Anne de Jong and Anja van Heelsum
Theme Economic Justic: Daniel Mügge, Paul Mepschen, Tina Harris, Fenne Pinkster
Theme Education: Bram Lancee, Herman van de Werfhorst, Tuna Tasan-Kok
Coffee and sandwiches between 12.30-13.00 (CREA Central Hall)
Harvest Plenary Session (CREA Theatre) -13.00-14.15
Welcome by Prof. Brian Burgoon, Scientific Director AISSR
Theme 1. Migration & Refugees (keynote and film clips)
Theme 2. Education (keynote and film clips)
Theme 3. Economic Justice (keynote and film clips)
Harvest Open Space Sessions (CREA Muziekzaal) – 14.30-17.30
14.30-15.30 Open Space round 1 (Migration & Refugees)
15.30-16.30: Open Space round 2 (Education)
16.30-17.30: Open Space round 3 (Economic Justice)
17.30: Drinks and snacks
Location: CREA, Amsterdam
Roeterseilandcampus - gebouw I (CREA)
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