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Domains

RUNOMI activities are focusing on three domains related to migrant inclusion: economic inclusion, social inclusion, and migrant access to public services, healthcare and housing. The first domain entails issues such as equal opportunities in education and on the labor market. The second domain is related to equal (civil) rights and participation in public decision making and security. The third domain is concerned with migrant access to public services, healthcare and housing. The three domains are not viewed as distinct entities, but are rather explored through domain overarching initiatives to benefit from their rich interrelationships.

Economic inclusion

The economic domain entails migrant inclusion in relation to issues such as equal opportunities in education and on the labor market.

Current projects

Past projects

Social inclusion

The social domain is related to migrant inclusion in relation to equal (civil) rights and participation in public decision making and security.

Current projects

  • 2019-2022: 'Civic integration, inclusion, and (in)equality in the superdiverse city: Diversity through the eyes of new migrant self-organisations'. This research project includes ethnographic fieldwork in Nijmegen and Birmingham (UK) with a diverse set of local and global migrants' grassroots organisations.
    Kathrine van den Bogert
  • 2017-2021: Religion, culture, and ethnicity in court procedures on children from minority families (funded by NWO Veni)
    Iris Sportel
  • 2016-2019: ‘Understanding the Influence of Islamic Religiosity on Democratic Attitudes in the Arab Middle East’ (funded by NWO)
    Niels Spierings
  • 2012-ongoing: Newsletter on European Asylum Issues (NEAIS). A newsletter for judges who need to keep up to date on EU developments in asylum law. This newsletter contains all European legislation and jurisprudence on asylum.
    Carolus Grütters
  • 2010-ongoing: Newsletter on European Migration Issues (NEMIS).
    A newsletter for judges who need to keep up to date on EU developments in migration and borders law. This newsletter contains all European legislation and jurisprudence on access and residence rights of third country nationals, as well as relevant national judgments on the interpretation of this legislation.
    Carolus Grütters
  • 2002-ongoing: 'Immigrant integration in Germany and the Netherlands'
    Anita Böcker

Past projects

  • 2013-2018: New Immigrant Survey among Immigrants to the Netherlands (funded by NWO)
    Marcel Lubbers
  • 2009-2011: 'Residence, social security and citizenship strategies of older migrants'
    Anita Böcker
  • Integration and Naturalisation Tests: the new way to European Citizenship (INTEC)' (funded by European Integration Fund)
    Anita Böcker (2010-2011) & Ricky van Oers (2009-2010)

Public service provision

This domain is concerned with migrant access to public services, healthcare and housing.

Current projects

Past projects

  • 2015-2018: Migrants' Welfare State Attitudes (funded by NORFACE)
    Marcel Lubbers
  • 2014-2015: Research project on undocumented migrants, conditions at reception centres, and return (funded by WODC)
    Iris Sportel
  • 2013-2017: 'Policies regulating the access of undocumented immigrants to healthcare in Spain (PRASINIE)’ (funded by the Spanish Research & Innovation Program)
    María Bruquetas Callejo
  • 2012-2017: Narrative health interventions (funded by NWO Begrijpelijke Taalprogramma)
    Henk van den Heuvel
  • Sport, Identity & Modernity, 1813-2013
    Marjet Derks
  • 2009-2011: 'Residence, social security and citizenship strategies of older migrants'
    Anita Böcker
  • 2007-2010: 'Immigration and Welfare State in the Spain of the Autonomous Regions (INMEBEA)' (funded by Spanish Ministry of Science)
    María Bruquetas Callejo