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Dr Liza Mügge is a political scientist. Her areas of expertise are political transnationalism, diversity and inequality based on gender and ethnicity. She also conducts research into the political representation of women and ethnic minorities. | L.M.Mugge@uva.nl | 020 525 2173
Prof. Annette Schrauwen is professor of European Integration, in particular citizenship law and history. Her research mainly concerns the concept of European citizenship and the rights and obligations that this entails, as well as the associated developments in the administration of justice and legislation. A.A.M.Schrauwen@uva.nl | 020 525 2971
Prof. Christina Eckes is professor of European Law. Her areas of expertise are the EU's external relations; institutional and constitutional issues; fundamental rights; access to justice and climate disputes. | C.Eckes@uva.nl | 020 525 8513
Dr Joost Berkhout is an assistant professor of Political Science and conducts research into the activities of lobbyists, activists and advocacy groups in the Netherlands and elsewhere in Europe. His recent research focuses on the relationship between citizens' political concerns, the issues on which interest representatives are active and government priorities. He also examines the receptivity of political parties to lobbyists. | D.J.Berkhout@uva.nl | 020 525 2641
Dr Floris Vermeulen is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science. His research focuses on the social and political participation of minorities at the local level, particularly in Amsterdam. He also examines, among other things, local integration policies and local policies in European cities with regard to combating violent extremism. | F.F.Vermeulen@uva.nl | 0205252120
Dr Bert Bakker is an associate professor at the Amsterdam School of Communication Research. In his research, he focuses on issues related to social polarisation and populism. In particular, he examines the psychological explanations for voter behaviour, focusing on the role of voter personality and voter emotion. He also conducts research into views on democracy. | B.N.Bakker@uva.nl
Prof. Tom van der Meer is professor of Political Science. His areas of expertise are trust in politics and the judiciary, political participation, political preferences, social cohesion, ethnic diversity, opinion polls and research methodologies. | T.W.G.vanderMeer@uva.nl | 020 525 5304