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Bijlard, Hidde (author)
Communicative diseases have put a burden on societal well-being throughout history. The global advent of the COVID-19 virus made the world painstakingly aware of the impact a pandemic can have on all levels of society. To combat the spread and impact of a pathogen, policymakers turn to specialized tools to craft policy. One of these tools is...
master thesis 2022
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Prieto Viertel, Guillermo (author)
The rise in urban stresses has prompted the need for preparedness of urban areas to face precarious circumstances. Consequently, the concept of urban resilience has grown in popularity not only to tackle sudden shocks but also to face long-lasting socio-economic tensions. To implement the arrangements for resilience policy, literature suggests...
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Brink Carvalho, Eva (author)
master thesis 2021
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van Beek, Daan (author)
Over the last couple of decades, refugee flows have been telling us a story of increasing numbers that are unlikely to go down anytime soon. The region of Eastern Africa only is home to 2.7 million people finding refuge in refugee settlements that are not often associated with permanency. UNHCR handbooks and many competent authorities state that...
master thesis 2021
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De Biase, P. (author)
The world is now facing what seems to be the biggest crisis since the Great Depression. An unparalleled pandemic of a highly contagious virus in a globalized word. Early economic indicators and the death tolls are suggesting a gloomier situation than expected. Sub-national governments (SNGs) are at the forefront of this crisis, since they are...
master thesis 2020
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