Towards inclusive research at Maastricht University: survey results & video

Latifa Abidi, Gera Nagelhout, Julia van Koeveringe, Mareike Smolka, Hans Bosma, Jessica M. Alleva, Brigitte van Lierop, Nikita Poole

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Abstract

Scientific research is used to find answers to important questions. But as long as we exclude certain groups in our research, we cannot guarantee that our answers are applicable to all groups in society. Therefore, inclusive research is important to enhance the quality and the societal relevance of our research.

Researchers from Maastricht University (Latifa Abidi, Julia van Koeveringe, Hans Bosma, Mareike Smolka, Jessica Alleva), Maastricht for Everybody (Brigitte van Lierop), and IVO Research Institute (Gera Nagelhout, Nikita Poole) formed a project team and received funding from the UM Diversity & Inclusivity office to examine inclusive research practices, barriers, and needs among Maastricht University research staff. They performed interviews, a survey among UM research staff, organized a webinar, made a factsheet about the survey results, and a video about the importance of inclusive research.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 21 Sep 2021

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