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Student Blog – Janvier Kini

PhD topic: Empowering Women Food Entrepreneurs through Inclusive Business Models in the Urban Food Chains: A Case Study of Burkina Faso. My name is Janvier Kini. I am a PhD student…

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Alumni Interview – Mercy Afua Adutwumwaa Derkyi

What is your current professional status and area of expertise within International Development?  MD: I am a Lecturer at the Department of Forest Science, School of Natural Resources and the…

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Interview: Daniëlle Hirsch

Daniëlle Hirsch studied Economics at the UvA, specializing in environmental, development, regional, and international economics. During her undergraduate studies, she lived for a year in Mexico City. She says that…

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Message from the Director

Wishing you a happy and a productive 2018! This year, CERES will be celebrating an important jubilee: having been established in 1994, we are completing 25 years of service to…

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Inaugural Lecture by Professor Dirk-Jan Koch

Professor Dirk-Jan Koch is giving an inaugural lecture titled “Invented, ignored and invisible; the unintended effects of international cooperation” at Radboud University Nijmegen on Friday, December 22.

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The Ceres PhD Training Program

What is on offer for you? CERES offers a first-class, hands-on training programme for PhD candidates in preparation for social science fieldwork predominantly in the South. It undertakes platform activities…

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Student blog – Fenna Hoefsloot

I participated in the CERES Phd training past spring as part of the Research Master International Development Studies at the University of Amsterdam. Participating in the Ceres course has been…

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Message from the Director

Dear members of CERES Research School, It is a pleasure to greet you at the beginning of this new academic year! We at the CERES Research School for International Development…

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