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Baking a difference : viability of a franchised micro-bakery in Eastern Uganda [Student report]
Partl, Ivo \ 2020
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From bush yams to kola nuts: the role of Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) in rural livelihoods around the Gola Rainforest National Park, Sierra Leone [Student report]
Meijer, Thomas \ 2020
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#Humanity saved Chennai : an exploration on the role of social media in the 2015 Chennai floods [Student report]
Guaita, Lucia \ 2020
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Technologies for transparency : flexibility in the innovation process of blockchain applications for food supply chains [Student report]
Pols, Frankie \ 2020
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Who dares to tackle our wickedly obesogenic food environment? : a comparative case study of policy approaches targeting the unhealthy food environment of municipalities in The Netherlands [Student report]
Fabriek, Anne Jente \ 2020
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The role of incentives to participate, leadership, ground rules of membership n the collaborative process of Tim Optimasi dan Sinkronisasi (TOS), West Java, Indonesia [Student report]
Alfajri, Rio \ 2020
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Counter-frames and sovereignty games in sustainability politics : policy interactions between Indonesia and the European Union (EU) over the First and Revised EU Renewable Energy Directive [Student report]
Noor, Siti Widyastuti \ 2020
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Polycentric marine governance for the offshore renewable energy transition: evaluating the ability of North Sea Wind Power Hub consortium to address barriers and drivers to the energy transition on the North Sea [Student report]
Verheij, Robin \ 2020
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An analysis of natural hazard and disaster management structures and cross-border collaboration between The Netherlands and the overseas public entities of Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba (BES) [Student report]
Overbeek, Celine \ 2020
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The cultural White Nile River : a cultural perspective on local experiences of dispossession consequential to the Bujagali hydropowerdam in Uganda [Student report]
Litjens, Ezra \ 2020
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Governmental perspective of their role and responsibility in natural hazards in Wellington, New Zealand [Student report]
Voerman, Jikke \ 2020
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Urbanization and Modernity Making in Rural China : an anthropological case study on livelihoods diversification in Xiangxi, China [Student report]
Li, Dangui \ 2019
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Does intrinsic motivation shape aspirations? : evidence from smallholder dairy farmers in the Bolivian Plateau [Student report]
Saccani, Luca \ 2019
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Social impacts of fairtrade certification : identifying general influences of Fairtrade certification on member household well-being due to the generation of Social Capital in coffee co-operatives in Western Uganda [Student report]
Mueller, Bernice \ 2019
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Invisible people : self-perceptions of indigeneity and marginalisation from the Hai//Om San of Tsintsabis [Student report]
Castelijns, Eline \ 2019
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The pursuit of self-reliance in the absence of aid : a case study on the survival strategies of Somalis in Bole Mikael, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia [Student report]
Holder, Marre ten \ 2019
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Controlling the colony : military practices and the monopoly of violence in the Belgian Congo and the Netherlands Indies: a comparison [Student report]
Meijerman, A.J.K. \ 2019
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Samen tegen zorgfraude : een onderzoek naar hoe samenwerking versterkt kan worden als middel om toezicht en handhaving te verbeteren (in de bestrijding van zorgfraude) [Student report]
Hardenbol, Marije \ 2019
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Women and reintegration: the everyday lives of FARC women in post-accord Colombia [Student report]
Baas, Julia \ 2019
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Pre-analysis plan : promotion of improved cookstoves by the Red Cross in rural Ethiopia as part of the 3FM pneumonia project : how effective are subsidies and information provision? [Student report]
Korte, Joy de \ 2019
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