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  • Between self-regulation and formal government: the challenges of self-build housing and facilities - BESEFOGO

    A NWO and FAPESP sponsored international collaboration project between the University of Amsterdam and Universidade de São Paulo.

  • Deltas’ dealings with uncertainty: Multiple practices and knowledges of delta governance - DoUbT

    This project innovatively combines science and technology studies (STS) with the anthropology of development to interrogate how uncertainties are understood and dealt with in environmental planning.

  • HOUWEL: Housing markets and welfare state transformations: How family housing property is reshaping welfare regimes

    Funded through the European Research Council’s Starter’s Grant Scheme, this study is concerned with housing markets and welfare state transformations, and looks to how family housing property practices have interacted with different welfare regimes.

  • Improving smallholders’ food and income security by introducing non-timber forest products in reforestation schemes and tree-crop farms: A collaborative learning process in Ghana

    Employing a gender-sensitive and stepwise collaborative learning approach, this project seeks to integrate nutritious shade-tolerant non-timber forest products (NTFPs) (black pepper, grains of paradise and honey) in Ghana’s modified taungya ...

  • Inclusive business-smallholder partnerships for greater food sovereignty and sustainable landscapes in Ghana and South Africa

    This NWO WOTRO funded project seeks to generate knowledge and methodologies that enable partnerships and associated innovation platforms to enhance food sovereignty, inclusive value chain collaboration, and landscape sustainability.

  • MIME - Mobility and Inclusion in Multilingual Europe

    This project funded by the European Commission (FP7) aims to examine areas as diverse as education, public and private multilingual work environments, the preservation and promotion of threatened minority languages, and the challenges of ...

  • The politics of security: The impacts of public-private security assemblages on governance and citizenship

    This NWO Vidi funded project will research how governance and citizenship are being reconfigured through public-private ‘security assemblages’, with particular emphasis on the role of the private security industry.

  • The Popular Culture of Illegality: Criminal Authority and the Politics of Aesthetics in Latin America and the Caribbean

    The topic of this research is the “popular culture of illegality”: the music, visual culture and material culture through which the socio-political authority of criminal gangs is produced.

  • Towards inclusive commodity chains and innovation platforms – the role of corporate-smallholder and public-private partnerships in increasing food sovereignty in tree crop systems in Ghana and South Africa

    This research aims to understand under what terms of engagement corporate and public-private partnerships with smallholders involved in tree crop systems in South Africa and Ghana can contribute to increased food sovereignty, more inclusive ...