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University of Amsterdam | Junior Researcher Housing Market and Migrants in the Netherlands

Are you interested in conducting research, especially in the field of the housing market and migrants in the Netherlands?  This short term research project is a collaboration of the University of Amsterdam (GPIO) and the Netherlands Environmental Assessment… Read More

Springer | Juxtapositions in Jakarta: How Flood Interventions Reinforce and Challenge Urban Divides

New article by Roanne van Voorst in Urban Forum – “Juxtapositions in Jakarta: How Flood Interventions Reinforce and Challenge Urban Divides”. AbstractThis paper traces the interplay of spatially, socially and legally juxtaposed differences between different groups of Indonesia’s… Read More

T&F | Land, territory and commons: voices and visions from the struggles

New article by Tomaso Ferrando , Isabel Álvarez Vispo , Molly Anderson , Sophie Dowllar ,Harriet Friedmann , Antonio Gonzalez , Chandra Maracle & Nora McKeon – “Land, territory and commons: voices and visionsfrom the struggles” AbstractAll over… Read More

EADI | Blog Prize for outstanding posts on PhD research

EADI cordially invites you to present your PhD in their blog series! All accepted and published blog posts will be featured in the fortnightly EADI newsletter and via social media. During the publishing process, we will help you… Read More

Land Portal | Data Story – Pastoralists in Iran: Flexible sustainable use-rights solutions in the semi-arid area of Maymand

The Land Portal Foundation has published a new Data Story by Abolfazl Sharifian Bahraman and Dr. Hossein Barani – “Pastoralists in Iran: Flexible sustainable use-rights solutions in the semi-arid area of Maymand”.

University of Antwerp | Doctoral Scholarship Urbanisation, Poverty and Inequality in Africa

Deadline for application: 26 August 2020 The University of Antwerp’s recently founded Antwerp Interdisciplinary Platform for Research into Inequality (AIPRIL) seeks to advance our understanding of how socioeconomic inequalities are changing, what is driving such trends and what,… Read More

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam | PhD position Biodiversity Conservation in Times of Climate Change

Deadline for application: 24 August 2020 Are you willing to contribute to the implementation of the global biodiversity targets using an interdisciplinary perspective? Please apply at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.The PhD student will perform an interdisciplinary study how biodiversity… Read More

Landesa | Podcast on Desertification & Drought

In a conversation to mark the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, Landesa’s Beth Roberts and Shipra Deo discuss the ways in which rural women are burdened by the effects of land degradation, and how securing their… Read More

ITC University of Twente | Implications of Customary Land Rights Inequalities for Food Security

Newly published article by Baslyd B. Nara, Monica Lengoiboni and Jaap Zevenbergen (ITC University of Twente) – “Implications of Customary Land Rights Inequalities for Food Security: A Study of Smallholder Farmers in Northwest Ghana”. AbstractInequalities in land rights… Read More

ILC & Global Land Programme | Securing Land and Territorial Rights for Indigenous Peoples

As indigenous peoples’ land and territorial rights are under threat, the International Land Coalition, the Global Land Programme, and partner groups that take a people-centered land governance approach are committed to their recognition and protection. This recently published… Read More