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Blok, Jeanne (author)
For refugees that are fleeing is access to reliable information of great importance in order to allow them to seek for what they need and avoid dangers. On their
journey they experience moments of immobility and in these periods useful information is in need leading to economic, social or knowledge resources. These resources gives them...
master thesis 2018
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Stalenberg, Esmee (author)
Due to growing touristic movements worldwide, cities and landscapes start to experience or are already experiencing negative socioeconomic impacts, resulting in for example a decreased liveability and overcrowding. The increase of tourism is related to global trends like globalisation, economic well-being and migration movements. Amsterdam is...
master thesis 2018
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Georgali, Vaggy (author)
How would it be if collective appropriation was an essential part of a spatial strategy?
Playgrounds of commons refer to a mix of top – down and bottomup
spatial strategies and design interventions taking as a starting
point that Rotterdam South can be seen, and (re)designed as an
heterotopia, where as Shane (2003) underlines...
master thesis 2018
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Prinianakis, E. (author)
Motivation for this project was the current refugee crisis in Europe, although it is a fact that it extents to long ignored issue of immigration in Europe. Many studies are researching the political, economic and social aspects of migration neglecting the spatial dimension. However immigrants regardless of their background or their final...
master thesis 2016
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Shaib, S. (author)
This thesis researches two main aspects: the characteristics of (national) spatial strategies and how they can be transferred, to learn lessons for the next Dutch spatial planning strategy of 2018 (NOVI). Taking the objectives that have been formulated by NOVI in content, process and product as a starting point, a comparative study is made...
master thesis 2016
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Van Zijl, B.C. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Kirchert, J. (author)
The amount and size of the Olympic facilities have outgrown the needs of host cities. most Olympic venues cannot be used after the event and maintenance is extremely expen- sive. Therefore cities cannot optimally benefit from the catalysing effect that mega-events, such as the Olympics, can have on host cities. An over-production of sport venues...
master thesis 2014
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Gailiute, V. (author)
This thesis seeks to identify and find ways to employ the existing assets of the poly-centrism in the region which could enhance resilience and life quality and contribute towards broader sustainability goals. This is done through analysis of the five study cases of the most characteristic living environments and distribution of economic...
master thesis 2013
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