Nijmegen, Netherlands

Migrant Inclusion: Policies, Practices in the Age of Digitalization

when 17 June 2024 - 21 June 2024
language English
duration 1 week
credits 2 EC
fee EUR 550

This multidisciplinary course will provide you with insight into relevant issues on the topic of migrant inclusion across three domains: economic inclusion, social inclusion, and migrants’ access to public services, healthcare and housing. Through engagement with experts from a variety of disciplines, students will gain a multidisciplinary perspective on one of today’s most debated issues: migrant inclusion policies and practices.

Course leader

Giacomo Solano
Noemi Mena Montes

Target group

Professional: policy maker, civil servant

Course aim

After participation in this course you will be able to engage in current multidisciplinary academic debates on policies and practices regarding migrant inclusion, and in current multidisciplinary academic debates on migrant inclusion and digitalization. Besides that, you will also be able to identify the vulnerability and resilience of migrants in a digital society. Finally you will gain insights on the role of policies to mitigate migrants' vulnerability in a digital society.

Fee info

EUR 550: Regular fee
EUR 495: Early bird fee; application deadline 1st of April