RUNOMI Summer School 2023: Digitalization and Migrant Inclusion (10 July -14 July 2023)

27 April 2023

Digitalization is an important phenomenon when it comes to studying migrant inclusion issues. Think of the communication possibilities that strengthen cross-boundary connections, but also various digital processes that reshape how people, and especially migrants, move in between and within societies (for instance bureaucratic processes, labour market etc.). In this course, we look at digitalization and migrant inclusion from an interdisciplinary perspective. Members of the interfaculty network Radboud University Network on Migrant Inclusion (RUNOMI) will present their up-to-date research and introduce students into the breadth of this topic. On the fourth day of the summer school, participants get the opportunity to participate in the fifth edition of the RUNOMI annual conference. Participation in the conference also provides participants with the opportunity to get into contact with a wider variety of the topics studied by the RUNOMI scholars, as well as scholars whose expertise ties into the very topic of this course: digitalization. More information:


Deadline: 1st May 2023

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