Month: December 2016

Spotlight of the week: with Leanne

Name: Leanne Bediako Age: 22 Study: Bsc. in Pedagogical Sciences 1. How would you describe diversity in general? Diversity means the presence of different kinds of people. This can be different everything: different skin colors, different sexuality, different lifestyle, different upbringing. Diversity is important because living in a diverse community teaches one to be able..

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Spotlight of the week: with Barend

Name: Barend Otterman Age: 20 Study: Bsc. Human Geography and Urban Planning 1. How would you describe diversity in general? To me, diversity is very important. I personally think that diversity eventually leads to more acceptation within society, because coming into contact with people from other backgrounds makes it possible to see situations from a..

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Spotlight of the week: with Salma

[cmsms_row][cmsms_column data_width=”1/1″][cmsms_text] Name: Salma Moustafa Khalil Age: 26 Study: MSc in Cultural and Social Anthropology 1. How would you describe diversity in general? Well, I grew up in a society where diversity has a different meaning from the one it has in Europe. We don’t really have a lot of “colour” in Cairo – at..

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Moving Traditions: The Future of Black Pete

De tweede editie van Moving Traditions: The Future of Black Pete, was een groot succes. Onze keynote-lecturer, Sinan Çankaya, begon de avond met een verhaal gerelateerd aan zijn onderzoeken en eigen ervaringen. De line-up van de avond bestond uit drie verschillende gastsprekers met een eigen workshop. Naomi van Stapele Workshop “Inclusive Excellence: A Critical Pedagogical Framework..

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