What are the motivations and expectations of highly-qualified young people from developing countries for leaving their country and what are the alternatives?
How can raising awareness, better prevention and treatment help individuals suffering from Noma, the “neglected disease”?
Which types of intertemporal cost distributions are likely to find majority support in industrialised emitter countries?
What are the roles played by migrant organisations in the context of transnational Senegalese migration, integration and development?
What are the causes and the consequences of labour provisions in preferential trade agreements?
How can a capability based approach help explain the widening gap in development and what insights can be derived to combat poverty efficiently?
When and how does increasing market power translate into regulatory power to shape the rules of international trade?
How do green public spaces meet the human needs and contribute to the societal wellbeing in urban settings and according to cultural context and across social groups?
How can historical research data contribute to a better understanding of health services? How can this knowledge contribute to the development of sustainable health systems in developing countries?
What can the EU’s Hotspot approach to migration tell us about the impact of infrastructure on migration management?
To what extent does violence against civilians by armed actors increase the risk of conflict escalation and civil war?
What are the opportunities and limits of bilateral talks between Switzerland and Europe? Could a single framework agreement bring together the existing treaties?
What are the specific needs of users, especially women, with regard to water, sanitation and hygiene service provisions in public health facilities in India and Uganda?
What are the life trajectories of children of refugees born in Europe in terms of cultural and social identity and what are their educational and employment experiences?
How does the role of lithium in the emerging energy regime challenge or reproduce unequal relations between producer and consumer regions, and can it pave the way for a sustainable and just energy transition?
How do developing countries set priorities and define realistically achievable goals within the millennium development goals?
What are the effects of market incentives made by public financial institutions on worker organisations and social dialogue according to ILO key labour standards?
How widespread is the increased susceptibility of insecticide-resistant Anopheles mosquitoes to Plasmodium infection and what are the risks associated with this phenomenon in relationship to the use of bed nets and insecticides? What policies should be adopted to reduce the risk of a major crisis in malaria control?
What are the challenges faced by medical and food companies, by humanitarian IOs and NGOs that deliver food and medicine to heavily sanctioned countries?
What is the involvement of corporations in symbolic reparations (SR) in Colombia, Germany and South Africa?
What are relevant policy instruments for air pollution reduction in developing urban contexts and how do they vary in effectiveness?
What are the barriers and opportunities for compost-based urban farming and gardening in Dschang, Cameroon and Lausanne, Switzerland?
How can the Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE) effectively contribute to the integration of those left-behind by the declining social aid and create solidarity for these vulnerable groups?
What are the driving factors behind the (lack) of response of the health sector to violence against women and girls in Tirana, Albania and Minas Gerais, Brazil?