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Rector Caroline Pauwels has repeatedly called for tearing down ‘disciplinary walls and fragmentation’ within the VUB. Inspired by such a vision, VUB scholars led by IES professors Ilke Adam and Florian Trauner have created the ‘Brussels Interdisciplinary Research centre on Migration and Minorities (BIRMM)’. It brings together over 90 VUB researchers from 10 disciplines. BIRMM has the ambition to become a key point of reference for VUB research on migration and minorities-related topics and to act as the university’s transmission belt to the outside world. BIRMM was created in January 2018 and has now taken a next step in its development by formally launching its website. It features the groups’ members and their research and informs about new activities and events.

 

For the list of experts and their expertise, click here: https://birmm.research.vub.be/en/researchers/