In order to transform cities into more sustainable and just environments, we need actionable knowledge that is relevant and accessible to as many people as possible.
On Thursday July 9th, we received the tragic news that Pieternel Vos, one of our Dutch students within the International Bachelor Psychology programme, passed away.
The Interreg North Sea project BEGIN has launched its new policy brief aim to construct Blue and Green Infrastructure (BGI) in their cities. written by Public Administration Rotterdam
In an informal settlement in Nairobi, called Mathare, community-led organisations joined hands to develop a people-driven urban planning project: the Mathare Special planning Area Research Collective.
A plea for sustainable just cities and the right to life by dr. Flor Avelino.
Double interview with Professor and Dean Victor Bekkers (EUR) and Professor Marcel Hertogh (TU Delft) about the new Resilient Delta Initiative.
Erasmus University Rotterdam is looking for a research intern in Winter/Spring 2021 (3 months) to work on the role of EU in global nuclear governance. The position's located at EUR’s Woudestein Campus
A shock like COVID-19 likely comes along once in a generation. Will governments and business use this opportunity wisely?
Vital Cities and Citizens publishes fourth policy brief: Resilient communities and the role of local government
Covid-19 demands a paradigm shift in the way Rotterdam is managed. This policy paper outlines an adaptive, bottom-up and resilient alternative.
Within the Rotterdam Impact Study COVID-19, Vital Cities and Citizens publishes a policy brief advocating innovative Rotterdam policy.