Democracy Under Threat: How Education can Save it (DEMED)
Exploring and Mitigating Electoral Violence
Subnational development cooperation: A new research agenda
This project will advance our knowledge about the international development policies of regional governments such as Scotland, Wales, Flanders, Wallonia, Catalonia, and Bavaria. Drawing on a quantitative-comparative approach, the main goal of the project is to find out the motivations for regional governments to develop foreign aid program.
Colombia River Stories
This project explores who and what actors and drivers of conflict in Chocó are, how they have developed with respect to alluvial gold mining, and the extent to which ‘river stories’ that integrate the perspectives of communities and the river itself, may inform more inclusive strategies for building sustainable peace.
Governance and the Local Integration of Migrants and Europe’s Refugees (GLIMER)
This project looks at how the integration of refugees and asylum seekers takes place at the local level in four different European cities. It seeks to investigate the role of local authorities, third sector groups and other stakeholders in pursuing this integration and identify areas of best practice.
A global history of practice of strategy
COVID-19: Understanding Chinese government containment measures and their societal impacts’
Organising for Development: how Donor Governance Affects Aid Allocation and the Effectiveness of Foreign Aid
This project is funded by the Glasgow-Radboud Collaboration Fund.
Systematic research on how the organizational arrangements of donor agencies affect their aid allocation behaviors and aid effectiveness is lacking.
This project aim to address the gap. Find out more here