We are very pleased to announce that since 1 October 2015 behavioural scientists Beitske Kooistra and
Jet Rip have joined the Study Centre for Children, Migration and Law. Beitske
started to work (1 day a week) as a researcher for the Centre for Children, Migration and Law. She is doing diagnostic pedagogic assessments in individual asylum and immigration law cases concerning refugee and migrant children and their families. Next to that she takes care of the practical guidance of pedagogics in training. Jet has started her PhD research on the reception of unaccompanied refugee minors in ‘culture families’ (culturally matched foster families).
From January 2016, behavioural scientist Grytsje Talsma will start working (3 days a week) as a researcher for the Centre for Children, Migration and Law. She will also carry out diagnostic pedagogic assessments in individual asylum and migration law cases concerning refugee and migrant children and their families. Furthermore, she will fulfil administrative tasks and remain in contact with the applicants.
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