Grants

  • GAK Institute, Actiz, Dutch Ministry of Internal Affairs, Municipalities of Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Leeuwarden, Rotterdam, Sittard, Zwolle, 2014-2018. The Promises of Closeness. A qualitative research on de-centralisation of re-employment,  youth care and long-term care. (De beloften van nabijheid. Een kwalitatief onderzoek naar de decentralisatie van arbeidsreïntegratie, jeugdzorg en langdurige zorg.) (€ 480,000)
  • European Union FP7-SSH, 2012. Social innovation. Empowering the young for the common good (€ 213,018)
  • Netherlands Fellowship Programmes / Nuffic, 2011-2014. Risk communication. The evolution of Vietnamese government strategies on infectious diseases over the past 30 years (€ 85,025)
  • Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, 2011-2013. Can’t we leave that to volunteers? Changing relationships between professionals and volunteers in care and welfare (€ 637,680)
  • RAAK-PRO, 2010. Talent among youths at risk (€ 600,000)
  • The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development, Electromagnetic Fields and Health, 2010-2014, EMF health risk perception. The effect of risk communication in its political context (€ 339,440)
  • Municipality of Amsterdam, 2010. Residents in motion. Residents’ initiatives in Amsterdam’s neighborhood approach (€80,503)
  • Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research / Municipalities of Enschede and Amsterdam, 2010-2011. The cementing effect of middle class people in mixed neighborhoods. Does gentrification contribute to trust? (€76,863)
  • Municipality of Amsterdam, 2011. Pilot project on the Social Support Act / Work and Benefits Act. Activating single men 50+ (€ 60,143)
  • Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, 2009-2013. Learning to participate. A program regarding the Social Support Act (€1,365,198)
  • Department of Housing, 2009. Evaluation of residential budgets (€59,381)
  • RAAK-PRO, 2009. Strong communities. A study on the effects of social interventions on social and cultural cohesion (€250,000)
  • Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, 2008-2012. The social mobility of neighborhoods and groups (€61,738)
  • Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research / Oxfam/Novib / Forum, 2008-2012. Citizenship, national canons and cultural diversity. The Netherlands in international perspective (€788,648)
  • Municipality of Amsterdam, 2007-2008. Anti-gay violence in Amsterdam (€76,517)
  • Municipality of Amsterdam, 2007. What inspires the caregiver? Cooperation between caregivers, volunteers and professionals (€ 83,374)
  • Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, 2007-2011. Democracy in risk society. The emergence of political identities in conflicts over mobile phone radiation policy (€59,448)
  • Département Sociétés Urbaines et Habitat (Paris), 2006-2008. La gentrification comme stratégie de renouvellement urbain (€94,076)
  • Municipality of Rotterdam, 2006-2008. Urban restructuring and social development in Hoogvliet  (€ 261,205)
  • Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, 2005-2007. Citizenship in light communitie  (€132,000)
  • The Netherlands Institute for Social Research, 2005-2006. Attitudes towards Homosexuality (€ 96,122)
  • Municipality of Amsterdam, 2005. Neighborhood rise, coexistence and choice. A study of socio-spatial renewal in Amsterdam New West (€ 125,039)
  • Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, 2005-2007. Among the people? Between physical and social marginalization (€ 542,500)
  • Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, 2005-2006. Social climbing in the city. Based on the middle? (€86,38)
  • Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research, 2005-2006. The social and the physical. Two of a kind (€75,415)
  • Ministére de l’Equipment (Paris), 2004-2005. La promesse de la mixité dans l’habitat. La promotion de la gentrification aux Pays-Bas, en Belgique et en Suéde (€ 34,598)
  • Municipalities and civil society organisations, 2003-2012. The Netherlands and the Anti-Apartheid movement, 1948-1994 (€ 60,000)

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