Nederland en haar ‘multiculturele samenleving’?
A call to action
In het licht van de globale golf aan protesten naar aanleiding van de dood van de zwarte Amerikaanse man George Floyd reflecteert Hilde op de positie van Nederland in de discussie over racisme. Nederland wordt vaak geprezen voor haar ‘multiculturele samenleving’, maar is dit wel terecht? Auteur: Hilde Beune Spandoeken met teksten als ‘stop racisme’, […]
Covid in the 20s
The protests around the world against racism, police violence and white supremacy spark much needed conversations. This blog calls to critically look at, and change, our own practices as anthropologists in the Netherlands and at Leiden University. Authors: Anouk de Koning and Jasmijn Rana The increase of race-based violence and the death of George Floyd […]
Experiences volunteering at EMRIP for Docip
Piero Miranda-Carrillo is a researcher and politically engaged Peruvian. He studied Political Science at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú and holds a master’s degree in Anthropology from PUCP. He worked as a government councillor for the San Miguel district in 2015-2018, and did his fieldwork research on urban citizens in relation to participation, culture, sports, […]
‘us versus them’ in the process of integration.
Indigenous peoples’ rights issues seem to be on the outer fringe of the everyday news in most of the western world. In the non-Western world, the matter is different. There are over 350 million people considered to be part of one of the world’s indigenous peoples. Mostly they live in remote areas rich in natural […]
Niaan Pereboom holds a bachelor in Cultural Anthropology and Development Studies and a master in Human Security. Niaan currently works in the role of a (qualitative) research manager for a global research company. Before, she lived in Denmark and worked here as an assistant for an organization that deals with the integration of refugees in […]