Africa's cities are growing very rapidly. What does this mean for the residents of all these new districts? How do they get access to basic amenities like tap water, electricity, roads and safety?
Professor Arwin van Buuren is undertaking a four-year project to study how the EUR can value, assess, evaluate, and reinforce its societal impact. He explains all the details in this interview.
A group of international researchers draw on their collective expertise on how the Covid-19 pandemic changes assumptions on the human life course.
Sociologist Illias El Hadioui argues that schools should compose their summerschool programmes based on scientific insights.
Double interview with Professor and Dean Victor Bekkers (EUR) and Professor Marcel Hertogh (TU Delft) about the new Resilient Delta Initiative.
Prof. dr. Sandra van Thiel has been appointed as professor of Public Management. The Chair is part of the Department of Public Administration and Sociology (DPAS) at the ESSB.
"Vulnerable people are hit much harder, which is also what we’re seeing during the current coronavirus crisis"
Disasters don’t just happen completely out of the blue, and they are never equally distributed, either, according to Professor Thea Hilhorst.
Aggressive behaviour encountered by emergency responders is correlated to their own personality traits
Lisa van Reemst’s PhD thesis shows that some emergency responders are more likely to attract aggressive behaviour due to certain psychological traits.
Integration of migrants is an elusive process that does not allow linear planning or influencing. This is the idea put forward by Warda Belabas in her thesis.
Prof Peter Scholten, in association with eight colleagues, founded the new Centre on the Governance of Migration and Diversity.