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I am interested in Refugee Reception and Integration in the Netherlands and the role that Civil Society & Governmental Organizations play in these processes. Currently, I am focusing on the lessons learnt from the 2015-2017 period & possible spaces for multi-stakeholders collaborative governance, as a resilient and sustainable platform model for migrant reception and integration. In these lines, I am doing research on the current Refugee Entrepreneurship Ecosystem (2018-2019) in the Netherlands.
March 2003 - June 2004
- Set up and developed strategies in academic planning and support for students. I organised academic activities such as conferences, special lectures, seminars and research collaborations.
March 2001 - March 2004
Secondary Education Council of Uruguay
- Teacher of Open Curricula & Communication Workshops
- Developed workshop syllabuses according to students’ necessities and social school context, within the guidelines of the Secondary Education Council. Implemented presentations as key speaker, delivered workshops and training sessions.
March 2000 - December 2002
School of Cinema, Uruguayan Cinemateca.
- Dictated courses in Film Making and Film Studies programs. Advised and developed theoretical aspects of a new syllabus and successfully instrumented the changes to the new curricula. Initiative to organise academic activities and research collaborations.
This deliverable (6.3) focuses on the final work plan for the evaluation of the LINKS Framework in the case-based assessments. There are five cases in LINKS, in the frame of the following hazard scenarios: • Earthquakes in Italy • Industrial hazard in The Netherlands • Drought in Germany • Flooding in Denmark • Terrorism in Germany This deliverable...
Between 2015 and 2016, the Netherlands experienced an asylum crisis, one that directly affected organizations working with refugee reception and integration. Besides civil society and governmental organizations (CSOs and GOs), the period also saw individuals coming together to form emergent CSOs (ECSOs). We look at these organizations to determine...
This article seeks to expand knowledge about spontaneous volunteering in Amsterdam during the European refugee crisis in the winter of 2015–16. As formal institutions, which relied on a top–down command and control approach, were unable to handle the relatively large number of refugees who arrived in a short period of time, grassroots social moveme...
This paper explores the narratives of the volunteers working inside Dutch asylum seeker centers (AZCs). The objective was to explore the challenges and coping strategies of these volunteers, who face contradictory processes: being engaged to improve the condition of asylum seekers in the context of growing antimigrant/antirefugee sentiment in The N...