To mark the presence of their South African research partners and stakeholders Sweat (Sex Worker Education and Advocacy Taskforce ) and Sisonke ( movement of sex workers by sex workers ) Lorraine Nencel and Joyce de Boer would like to invite you to the workshop ‘ Migration and Sex Work : beyond existing boundaries ‘.
PARIS research colloquium on March 18th 1-2 pm, Z-531
Martijn Huisman will present his work “Resilience in Aging Migrants; A new cohort in the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam”
“In this seminar, I will describe a new endeavor in the LASA study: data collection among a cohort of older Turkish and Moroccan migrants. Theoretical underpinnings concern the notion of resilience, leading to the research question: To what degree will these groups, characterized by a disadvantaged position in economic, health and social resources, be able to age successfully in the Netherlands? Very soon a PhD will start on this research project in the department of Sociology”