This project engages in a comparative enquiry into the triple dynamics of race, space and “illegality” in the reproduction
What are the generalised, large scale factors of the environment-migration relationship and to what extent is it conditional on various individual, socio-economic, and political factors?
What are the effectiveness and the impact of public-private partnerships for advancing the Sustainable Development Goals?
How can social network analysis help in understanding resilience to global environmental changes in the isolated mountain and Arctic island communities?
What ethical challenges exist for the use of drones in humanitarian work?
What are the roles played by migrant organisations in the context of transnational Senegalese migration, integration and development?
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?
What are the factors that shape the institutional design of recently adopted migration partnerships at a international, national and regional level?
What is the involvement of corporations in symbolic reparations (SR) in Colombia, Germany and South Africa?
To what extent do institutional reforms and participation mechanism increase the external stakeholder input in formal and informal governance arrangements?
How can new institutional arrangements help reconcile livelihood-relevant factors of local populations with the UN program for Reducing Emissions for Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD)?
What are the impacts of agricultural policies on the social and psychological situation of farmers?
What are the major factors shaping, preventing or enhancing human rights-based approaches in the world heritage system?
What are the consumption patterns of the growing middle classes in emerging countries? What are the environmental and social impacts of these practices? How can more sustainable consumption pathways be reached?
What are the experiences of recently arrived Afghans in Europe and how is the understanding of home, belonging and the ‘self ‘shaped by gender? How does this understanding affect their capacity and willingness to engage with development in Afghanistan?
What are the environmental, health and regulatory dimensions of pesticide use in agriculture in low- and middle-income countries?
What are the practices, social relations and power relations to social reproduction within the Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE)? What is the contribution of SSE to the renewal of public action and policies in the field of production and social reproduction?
How can a capability based approach help explain the widening gap in development and what insights can be derived to combat poverty efficiently?
What are the complex relationships between Schistosomiasis, agricultural production, and migration in an African context?
What are the key norms in the treatment of migrant detainees and how can academics and practitioners measure the construction and adherence to these norms?