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  • Maastricht University has decided that some of the protesters at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASoS) may remain present at night for the time being in the role of ‘observers’. The condition is that the protests remain non-violent and the agreements made by UM and the activists are kept.

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  • Maastricht University's Executive Board and Management Team have agreed to allow a group of ‘observers’ to stay in the FASoS garden for the the second consecutive night. This will take place under the same conditions as last night. This decision follows yet another day of peaceful actions and...

  • PhD thesis written by Guleid Jama
    This research studies children’s rights in Somaliland, an unrecognized State in the Horn of Africa.

  • Sweeping success for our faculty in the Comparative Law in Action (CLIA) Competition!

  • Peaceful Gaza protests and tent camp at FASoS as UM’s Executive Board and faculty continue dialogue with activists.

  • The Executive Board of Maastricht University, the faculty board of the Faculty of Arts and Socials Sciences (FASoS), and the campaigning students and staff have agreed that a small group of 'observers' can remain on the grounds of FASoS tonight. The rest of the protesters have left the premises. The...

  • On 3 and 4 April 2024, Philzuid hosted the concert ‘Philstories” at Opus 9 in the Mariaberg neighborhood. Together with Prof. dr. Peter Peters and dr. Veerle Spronck, musicians and staff of Philzuid contacted residents and neighborhood organizations in Mariaberg. During dinners, meetings and cycling...

  • What does it mean to live and work in a city with an international university? When do you notice the university, and how does it benefit you? We asked  Marcell Ignéczi. He came to South Limburg to study at Maastricht University’s Department for Knowledge Engineering, Marcell Ignéczi went on to co...

  • At SHE, Juliët Beuken is researching how healthcare professionals learn to collaborate with each other in practice, and all the challenges that come with it. 

  • The Children’s Rights Research team worked on a report that shows how the rights of children in de facto states can be included in de United Nations human rights monitoring and reporting cycles.