Funding for two ‘Big, Open and Linked Data’ projects

The Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Centre for BOLD Cities has launched two multidisciplinary research projects. In the first project, researchers from the three universities will explore whether 'Big, Open and Linked Data’ techniques can be used to gain a better picture of young people who have gone missing from the official records. For this project, the Centre is receiving incentive funding as part of the Dutch Science Agenda's themed programme ‘JOIN – Young people in a resilient society’. In the second project, researchers from Leiden and Rotterdam will conduct research into the use of the data in developing personalised return-to-work programmes. The project is financed by the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMW).

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Can data research bring unregistered young people back onto the radar?
You can read more about this project, ‘Big Data for policy on young people', here.

How can big data contribute to efficient reintegration programmes?
You can read more about this project, ‘Reintegration in BOLD Cities’, here.

Read in the Divosa magazine ‘Trots op je vak’  an interview with Marieke Knoef, associate professor at the department of Economics: Big Data in het Sociaal Domein.  (Only Dutch)

The Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Centre for BOLD Cities uses data research to contribute to solutions for metropolitan and urban issues from a citizen' perspective. 'BOLD' staat voor 'Big, Open and Linked Data.'
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