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Ruppert, Mats (author)
In a society where food poverty is affecting more and more people. The presence of social food initiatives, such as community kitchens, is of growing importance. This paper investigates London’s high streets in search of tools to achieve the acknowledgement of social food provision in the everyday life of society. Something which is still not...
master thesis 2024
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Tsou, Yung-Ting (author), Kovács, Lilla Veronika (author), Louloumari, Angeliki (author), Stockmann, Lex (author), Blijd-Hoogewys, Els M.A. (author), Koutamanis, A. (author), Rieffe, Carolien (author)
School-based interventions for socially including autistic pupils in mainstream schools were systematically reviewed. Included interventions targeted at least one level of the school environment: the autistic children, the peers, the staff, and/or the physical environment, and assessed autistic pupils’ quantity and/or quality of social...
review 2024
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de Haas, Lucas (author)
In social quandaries is an analysis of three council housing estates dating back to the 1960s, all situated within the Greater London area. The analytical framework was informed by the book “Paris Haussmann: A Model’s Relevance,” which extensively examines the Haussmann plan in Paris, employing various mediums such as writing, drawing, and...
master thesis 2023
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Toellner, Vicky (author)
The Dutch Government has set an ambitious goal for Amsterdam Zuidoost to become energy neutral by 2040. While technological advancements and infrastructure developments are progressing, the current transition risks widening social inequalities and leaving vulnerable groups behind. Thus, an inclusive transition, which recognises that not everyone...
master thesis 2023
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Zisopoulos, Filippos K. (author), Steuer, Benjamin (author), Abussafy, Ricardo (author), Toboso Chavero, S.T.C.H. (author), Liu, Z. (author), Tong, Xin (author), Schraven, D.F.J. (author)
The inclusion of the informal recycling sector (IRS) in a circular economy (CE) is challenging and it is gaining increasing attention by the academic community in an exponential yet fragmented way. In this narrative review, we demarcate the direct and indirect contributions of the IRS to various domains of the CE by drawing knowledge from...
review 2023
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Eichengreen, Adva (author), van Rooijen, Martin (author), van Klaveren, Lisa Maria (author), Nasri, Maedeh (author), Tsou, Yung Ting (author), Koutamanis, A. (author), Baratchi, Mitra (author), Rieffe, Carolien (author)
Background: Outdoor social participation in the school playground is crucial for children's socio-emotional and cognitive development. Yet, many children with disabilities in mainstream educational settings are not socially included within their peer group. We examined whether loose-parts-play (LPP), a common and cost-effective intervention...
journal article 2023
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van Vliet, Rens (author)
Ethiopia is a flourishing country with a rapidly growing economy and population. This is one of the reasons why the capital Addis Ababa is increasingly urbanizing. Due to the free market only providing housing for high incomes, many households live in poor conditions. In addition, these private developments are often built as gated communities...
master thesis 2022
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De Lacerda Arpini, Ettore (author)
As the urban population grows worldwide and cities are becoming increasingly unequal and segregated, Urban Commons emerge as a potential driver of inclusion and resilience for city dwellers. According to Feinberg et al. (2021), Urban Commons can promote social, environmental, and economic resilience, and Park et al. (2020) suggest they can act...
master thesis 2022
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Song, Lulu (author)
The project Open House, ‘gleans’ a derelict and underutilised part of the riverfront in Maastricht and gives it over to the everyday people of the city in the form of a public building - an Arts Centre for Maastricht. The ambition for the project is to create an architecture that will mesh seamlessly with the public realm, breaking down the...
master thesis 2022
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Karakoullis, Anthea (author)
Navi Mumbai is the largest planned city in the world, situated on the west coast of India, in Maharashtra state. Despite there being roughly an equal divide between the sexes, pubic space Navi Mumbai remains a male domain similar to many other cities around the world. Women’s access to public space is highly conditional and therefore their...
master thesis 2022
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Salih, Roos (author)
Globally, societies are seeing a long-term rise in the older adult population; by 2050 one in every four persons will be 60 years old or older. For the first time in human history, there will be more senior people than children in the population (WHO, 2018). In the Netherlands, the grey pressure was 34% in 2021. According to population...
master thesis 2022
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Prasch, Johanna E. (author), Neelim, Ananta (author), Carbon, Claus Christian (author), Schoormans, J.P.L. (author), Blijlevens, Janneke (author)
The enhancement of social inclusion is a key to maintaining cohesion in society and to foster the benefits of cultural diversity. Using insights from the Dual Identity Model (DIM) with a special focus on active categorization, we develop an intervention to increase social inclusion. Our intervention encourages the participants to (re-...
journal article 2022
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Huang, H. (author), Liem, C.C.S. (author)
Artificial intelligence literature suggests that minority and fragile communities in society can be negatively impacted by machine learning algorithms due to inherent biases in the design process, which lead to socially exclusive decisions and policies. Faced with similar challenges in dealing with an increasingly diversified audience, the...
conference paper 2022
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Nelson, R.J. (author)
The world is increasingly urbanising, more than half of the global population live within cities. The impact of COVID-19 is having devastating effects. The United Nations estimates that the pandemic will most likely elevate poverty and inequalities at a global scale. The World Bank’s twin goals of ending extreme poverty and promoting prosperity...
conference paper 2022
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Singotani, Roséane Cathy (author)
The design assignment is located in Molenstraat, Nijmegen, and involves interventions through two existing buildings. Finding place in both a historical building (the Parish Hall built in the 19th century) and an obsolete building (the Molenpoort shopping center built in the seventies) this project seeks for the specific interventions needed for...
master thesis 2021
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Green, Edmund (author)
De-centralised policies and care-focused homeless support in the Netherlands has led to an over-simplified definition of homelessness in Rotterdam, where the gemeente fails to recognise and address some of it’s most vulnerable groups. Through literature reviews, interviews with actors from the homeless sector, and observations and conversations...
master thesis 2021
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Bijl, Romy (author)
With almost 110 million inhabitants, Ethiopia is the largest and most populous<br/>country in the Horn of Africa. In the current trend of global urbanization, Ethiopia’s cities are rapidly growing. A tripling of the urban population is to be expected in 2050, putting a big pressure on the housing stock and employment opportunities. Addis Ababa,...
master thesis 2021
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Christou, Petros (author)
The inclusive city is explained through Henri Lefebvre's theories of the social space in "The production of space" and "The right to the city". Through his theories, it is thoroughly explained that the people are the essential component of the space and that they are the ones that create the space. This Master thesis, aims to look at the public...
master thesis 2021
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Pavlova, Sofia (author)
The city of Nijmegen is in a process of losing its unique identity and urban fabric, as a result of a continuous commodification by the interests of private investments. The rise of commercialization creates an environment of strangers where the emphasis lays on individual perspectives and activities, accessible only to particular social groups,...
master thesis 2021
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Bai, N. (author), Nourian, Pirouz (author), Pereira Roders, A. (author)
Social inclusion has grown as an important goal for heritage planning over the past decades. Whilst the document Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape called a decade ago for novel tools for civic engagement and knowledge documentation, social media already functions as a platform for online communities to actively get involved in...
journal article 2021
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