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Student blog – Adam Moore

In January 2017, I began a PhD position at Raboud University, Nijmegen as part of ERC funded project, ‘Participatory Urban Governance between Democracy and Clientelism: brokers and (in)formal politics’. Within…

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Alumni interview – Johny Stephen

What do you consider to be your area of expertise? JS:  My area of expertise and interests are ever changing. I am a Marine Biologist by training. That is the…

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Complete Programme CERES Summer School 2017

We are happy to share the full programme of the Summer School with you. We believe it will be an inspiring day. With 12 panels divided over four topics, we…

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CERES Summer School 2017 Preparation Update

This year’s exciting and informative summer school will be hosted by the Centre for Conflict Studies of Utrecht University and will be held at the University Campus located at Achter…

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Student blog – Mustika Anggraeni

Phd topic: To Stay or Migrate: Searching for Participation Cost Typology for Effective Disaster Governance for Vulnerable Community in The Flood Prone Area. My name is Mustika Anggraeni and I…

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Alumni Survey

Are you an alumnus of CERES? We want to hear from you! We’re in the process of gathering alumni information concerning current employment, professional interest and suggestions for CERES. All…

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Profile of a CERES Institution: UNESCO-IHE

Each month, CERES will be focusing on one of its partner institutions and profile its current work and connection with CERES. This month we focus on the UNESCO Institute for…

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Interview with the Director: Maarten Bavinck

How would you describe CERES? MB: CERES was established in 1994, as a national effort to connect academic institutes and scholars working in the field of international development studies. There…

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Sustainable Government Agreement Initiative

We, CERES, support the call for a sustainable government agreement initiated by De Groene Zaak and Partos. It is crucial that the negotiators of the largest political parties put the…

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