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 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?
What are the individual-level attitudes towards foreigners and how do they change over time towards immigration?
Why was no multilateral regulation against capital flight and international tax evasion implemented between 1945 and 1970?
How efficient are the current global health architecture and the variants of private-public partnerships on global health policies and targeted achievements?
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 are the mechanisms of differential inclusion and segregation of migrant workers in the agro-industrial labour markets?
To what extent does violence against civilians by armed actors increase the risk of conflict escalation and civil war?
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?
To what extent does the promotion of intra-regional trade help reduce conflicts in the Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa and South America?
What are the complex relationships between Schistosomiasis, agricultural production, and migration in an African context?
What can the EU’s Hotspot approach to migration tell us about the impact of infrastructure on migration management?
What role can product development partnerships play in order to improve access to medicines for neglected diseases?
What are the patterns and impacts on the development of return skilled migration and how can the potential of scientific diasporas best be exploited for development?
What are the opportunities and limits of bilateral talks between Switzerland and Europe? Could a single framework agreement bring together the existing treaties?
How can potentially negative effects on local populations of large-scale land acquisitions be mitigated and what could institutions do to protect human rights of the affected population?
How is land management in mountains being affected by migration, climate changes and hazard events in Cochabamba region (Bolivia) and Dhankuta District (Nepal)?
What is the role of large-scale extractive investments in the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals and their contradictory dynamics?
What are the effects of the financialisation of the commodity trading on local lives and what are the policy recommendations to be drawn for Swiss and international regulatory actors?
What are the causes and the consequences of labour provisions in preferential trade agreements?
What are the corporate citizenship approaches of Swiss medium sized enterprises and large multinational corporations in their participation to the UN Global Compact?
Which types of international environmental cooperation are likely to have long-term prospects in democracies and which will not?
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 legal obligations to protect and assist persons with disabilities during conflict and what are the policies and practices required to put these obligations into effect?
Why and how does centralized design prevail as a global gold standard for the urban sanitation sector even in the light of crisis and how does it influence project implementation under SDG6?