The seminar is open to advanced undergraduates, graduate students, post-doctoral candidates, junior faculty, professionals with a Masters degree, teachers and policy workers. Preference will be given to students based on the following criteria:

  • Advanced undergraduate and graduate students in relevant disciplines (social sciences and the humanities, professional schools (preferably law, bio-technology, business schools), interested in questions of Black Europe and the African diaspora;

  • Post-doctoral candidates already engaged or seeking to engage work related to Black Europe and the African diaspora;

  • Junior faculty from all over the world;

  • Professionals with MA degrees already working or interested in working in education, government institutions, NGOs, corporations

  • High school teachers and university professors;

  • Policy workers seeking deeper understanding of factors shaping citizenship and inequality;

  • NGO professionals working against xenophobia in Europe.


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The Netherlands

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