- What is the relationship between the decentralisation of care and changes in family relations?
- Why do some interventions contribute to the labour market participation of adolescents from an ethnic minority background while others do not?
- Would better laws and legislation help reduce absenteeism in the workplace?
If you would like to study such issues, this one-year Master's programme is for you. You will develop knowledge about interdisciplinary theoretical perspectives on social policy and interventions, which will help you gain in-depth insight into the methodology and skills needed to research social policy and participation issues. More specifically, you will look into problems such as:
- The exclusion of vulnerable groups
You will also study people's strategies for dealing with social risks, including:
- Labour mobility and migration
- Care networks
- Neighbourhood initiatives
- Small-scale and/or multicultural collaborative efforts
- Independent entrepreneurship, etc.
This will be done by combining knowledge of the behavioural and social sciences.