In light of the recent police violence and racist acts in the United States, people took to the streets to express their anger and frustration at these systemic injustices through protest movements.
It is with a heavy heart we share the sad news of our beloved IHS alum Mauricio Sosa Santibáñez passing away. We remember Mauricio as an incredibly warm person, with a kind heart and generous smile.
The COVID-19 pandemic has mostly affected cities. Pre-existent urban challenges such as inequality, informality and overcrowding have been exacerbated due to the prevention and mitigation [...]
Cities face enormous challenges that require smart solutions to be implemented; challenges such as equality and poverty, inclusion, health, and sustainability. Only a small amount of the knowledge
In line with the Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) decisions, IHS guarantees all prospective students that all education for the next academic year will be offered from 1 September 2020, on-campus or
In this research project, we investigated complex land markets and urban transition in four East African cities in two countries - Kampala and Arua in Uganda and Hargeysa and Berbera in Somaliland.
As a part of the Vital Cities and Citizens Erasmus Initiative, IHS conducts research on how Rotterdam can effectively recover from the corona crisis and increase its resilience.
Vital Cities and Citizens publishes second policy brief: Research design for case studies
Which conditions influence how fast and how Rotterdam will come back stronger out of the corona pandemic? That is the central question of the first policy brief of the Rotterdam impact study COVID-19
This is a call for donations brought to our attention by our PhD candidate Satya Patchinelaam, who conducted research in the Altamira region. People in resettlements need urgent support.