Postcoloniale Migranten in België

The POMBE Project is funded by the King Baudouin Foundation and carried out by the Research Centre on Demography (Centre de Recherche en Démographie) of the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), in collaboration with Université de Liège (ULg), Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB).

POMBE is the continuation of a previous study on Belgo-Moroccans and Belgo-Turks living in Belgium and consists of a survey addressed to people of Sub-Saharian African origin. By investigating different aspects of life – such as citizenship, identity, migration, political participation, and so on – the POMBE survey aims at providing updated information about people of African background who, despite their historical presence in Belgium, are not yet very visible on the Belgian public scene and in scientific research.

Uitvoerder Ilke Adam (VUB), Sarah Demart (ULg), Marie Godin (VUB-Oxford University), Bruno Schoumaker (UCL)
Periode 2016-2017
Trefwoorden citizenship, identity, migration, political participation
Meer info

ilke.adam@vub.ac.be

http://www.ies.be/content/lenqu%C3%AAte-pombe-une-enqu%C3%AAte-aupr%C3%A8s-de-personnes-originaires-dafrique-subsaharienne