Gender and diversity, refugees and migration, Black Lives Matter and decolonisation are some of the topics that researchers and policy makers occupy themselves with. Their research projects, networks and activities are often interdisciplinary, and often reach far beyond the boundaries of their own university.
Structural change is not only brought about by leading different lives, but also by telling different stories about those lives.
A network of researchers of Utrecht University and cultural institutions focused on institutional change under the denominator ‘critical decolonisation’.
MOED Museum of Equality and Difference
The Museum of Equality and Difference (MOED) is an online museum and research project that brings together artistic perspectives on equality and difference that strive for social change.
Black Lives Matter
Insights on racism, protests against police violence, stereotypes and equality.
Knowledge and insights on refugee problems, migrant and refugee rights, and the European refugee policy.
Research group for post-colonial and feminist research.
Gender and Diversity Hub
A platform for academic expertise and social impact around the question: How do we bring about social inclusion and change?
UGlobe Decolonisation Group
An interdisciplinary research group focusing on processes and mechanisms behind colonialism and decolonisation.
Cultural identity conflict and mental health in bicultural young adults
Research into the interaction between general and cultural aspects of identity formation, and mental health.
Development and Education of Youth in Diverse Societies
Research into issues involving optimal development and participation of children and youngsters in diverse societies.
Migration and Societal Change
Research projects in the field of migration and social change at the university.