Bruxelles ma belle. Bruxelles mortelle. Mortality in the Brussels district at the turn of the 20th century (1890-1910) ›
Patrick Deboosere, Tina Van Rossem
Cities and Newcomers. Regulating Neighbourhoods of Arrival in Periods of Urban Transition, 1880-1914 and 1980-2015 ›
VUB interdisciplinary project (IRP funding) together with Patrick Deboosere (Interface Demography research group), Anne Winter (Historical Research into Urban Transformation Processes research...
Anne Winter, Patrick Deboosere, Els Enhus, Jenneke Christiaens, Bruno Meeus, Ruth Wauters, Nick Schuermans, René Kreichauf, Eric Corijn, Bas van Heur, Ayfer Erkul
Consultancy contract for the completion of a report on housing in Brussels ›
Demographic challenges of the 21st century ›
Patrick Deboosere, Helga de Valk, Sylvie Gadeyne, Christophe Vanroelen
Ethnic urban geographies in Belgium: Processes of spatial inequity and implications for individual life chances ›
A study about ethnic diversity, the intersection between social and demographical processes and residential ethnic segregation in urban areas in Belgium.
Lena Imeraj, Sylvie Gadeyne
Green and quiet Brussels? Analysis of social inequalities in the health-related outcomes of environmental characteristics in the Brussels Capital Region: a mixed method intersectionality approach ›
Urban areas are growing fast worldwide and there is an increasing concern about the relations between urbanization, environmental threats, the quality of living spaces and human health. A healthy...
Impact of green and blue spaces on specific morbidity and mortality in Belgium ›
Residential segregation in five European countries. A comparative study using individualized scalable neighbourhoods (JPI Urban Europe) ›
This project employs an innovative technology for urban analysis that addresses a main concern of contemporary urban policy: urban residential segregation and its effects on social inclusion....
Helga de Valk
ResSegr - Residential segregation in five European countries ›
A comparative study using individualized scalable neighbourhoods. JPI Urban Europe funding, 2014-2016
Helga de Valk, Rafael Costa
Socio-economic health differences in the Brussels Capital Region: study of the impact of education and nationality of origin in the case of adolescents and young adults ›
This project aims at obtaining insight into the impact of education and nationality of origin on inequalities in health among adolescents and young adults in the Brussels-Capital Region (BCR).
Patrick Deboosere, Hannelore De Grande
The effect of (un)employment on the self-reported mental health of socially vulnerable youth in the Brussels region ›
It is well known that the mental health of unemployed people is worse than the mental health of their employed contemporaries. We also know that vulnerable groups in society tend to accumulate...
Kelly Huegaerts, Christophe Vanroelen