CENDEP Student Dissertations

List of Dissertations 1992-present

Most of these dissertations are available to borrow through the UK inter-library loan scheme.

No. Dissertation Name Year
416 Digital Humanitarianism: How do social networking communities contribute to humanitarian response after disaster? Nadia Berger 2013
415 2010 Haitian Earthquake: Investigation into the impact of gender stereotypes on the emergency response Emma Crawford 2013
414 'Transition to What?': Evaluating the transitional shelter process in Leogane, Haiti Avery Doninger 2013
413 Between these poles of beauty and butchery: What is the dynamic between the 'cosmetic versus cultural surgery' discourse and efforts to end FGM in the UK? Alice Edwards 2013
412 The role of credit services in alleviating the poverty of small-scale farmers: Case studies from the development programmes of Oxford GB in Armenia and Georgia Nigel Thorne 2013
411 Disabled people in rural Kenya: Can the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities make a difference? Adam Tomlin 2013
410 Kampuchea Sa Art. Access to Dialogue and The Voice of Survivors; The Utility of Expression Rebecca Corn 2013
409 There are alternatives: an examination of inequitable and undemocratic growth Hugh Davies 2013
408 Creative commons: an Arendotian view of social society Charles Fisher 2013
407 Critical analysis of participatory evaluation process (PEP) and how it could be improved Ann Foley 2013
406 The Colombian refugees in Ecuador Marta Giambino 2013
405 Multifaceted development: Impacts of Development Induced Displacement and Resettlement on Livelihood of the Resettled Population Amaliya Gilo 2013
404 Community-Driven urban disaster response for Long-Term Recovery. Learning from urban Slum Experiences Keisuke Kamiya 2013
403 Social protection in the technical upgrading of traditional industries ; problems with growth and exploitation . Technical development, vulnerability and wellbeing: a case study of textile production in Gujrat, India Michael Liebermann 2013
402 Barriers and capacity of Roma to Access and Sustain Rental Housing in the Czech Republic Veronika Marcinkova 2013
401 Are we really listening?Listening and learning from a Beneficiary Feedback Mechanism to the One Room Shelter Program in Pakistan Manuel Marques Perreira 2013
400 Health in the time of global warming Vasiliki Niora 2013
399 Vulnerability Analysis of Small Tea Growers in Tetulia, Bangladesh Sifat Reza 2013
398 Feed the World : achieving global food security through an analysis of policies made by the IF campaign Janelle Walikonis 2013
397 You Cannot Eat Democracy: Does a free press have a key role in the prevention of famine in a democratic climate? Thia Linden Agnes Ren White 2013
396 Hitting the Right Notes: Music as a tool in community development in Uganda Cathal O'Luanaigh 2013
395 The Changing Nature of Architectural Education: Do Live Projects prepare students for the realities of architectural practice? Natasha Lofthouse 2013
394 Tools and Methodologies for Urban Food Security Assessment, Targeting and Distribution Leah Campbell 2013
393 Scaling up urban resilience and disaster risk reduction: preparing for a major earthquake in Kathmandu Grace Le 2013
392 Violating International Law and Domestic Legislation: A case study of UNHCR's Recommendation and Uganda's decision to invoke the cessation clause on Rwandan refugees Guillaume Cliche-Rivard 2013
391 ROGUE Architecture Magazine Emily Lowry 2013
390 Little Voices: Child Participation in Programmes for Conflict Affected Children Clare Back 2013
389 Return to South Sudan: The building of a new nation, a place to call home Christina Haneef 2013
388 Exploring Displacement in Darfur M. Jack. E. Bonham Cozens 2013
387 Placing Disability on the Policy Agenda: An Assessment of Participation in International Policy Processes by Disabled People’s Organisations Amy Howard 2013
386 Ensuring Protection in the Digital Age: The Case for Improved NGO Guidelines Rachel Cawood 2013
385 Urban Planning Roles in Post-Conflict Reconstruction. Understanding the Challenges of Juba in the South Sudanese Context Giuila D’Ettorre 2013
384 Two Heads are Better then One Sofia Davies 2013
383 An exploration of the wellbeing of widows in post-conflict Kosovo Arlinde Kasapi 2013
382 Out of Sight, Out of Mind? Women in the emergency response to sudden onset disasters Sian Long 2013
381 An Exploration of the Tension Between Immigration Controls and Children’s Rights Sophie Milton 2013
380 Exploring the links between land issues and peasant vulnerability in rural Haiti Cecilia Signorini 2013
379 Oxfordshire retained fire and rescue service, the big society in action Carwyn Thomas 2013
378 Leadership experience of men and women working in Humanitarian Logistics Caroline von Brauchitsch 2013
377 Beyond Change Square: Expanding Yemeni Women's Participation in Public Life Miranda Hurst 2012
376 Sustainable Livelihoods in the Pacific Islands: The Case of Levuka, Fiji Clare Deacon 2012
375 Beyond the Dreaming Spires: Understanding the Propensity to Cope among Refugees and Individuals seeking Asylum in Oxford. Amy Merone 2012
374 The Protestor, the Activist and the Mother: Women in the Syrian Uprising - An Exploration of the Effects of the Uprising on Patriarchy Nicola West 2012
373 How can Oil Tanker Fire Disasters in Kenya be Mitigated through Community-based Disaster Management Approaches? Maureen Shileche 2012
371 Urban Violence in Latin America: An Analysis of Responses and Indirect Costs Gabriel Tobias 2012
370 Responding to Pastoralists in Drought: Does Drought Management Policy and Practice in Kenya Address the Needs of Somali Pastoralists in Wajir? Hannah Curwen 2012
369 Exploring the Dilemmas of Government Policy Involving Displaced Populations: Reflections of a Development Practitioner in Uganda Elise Bethany Belcher 2012
368 How were Human Rights-Based approaches integrated in livelihood interventions in the Gaza Strip after 2009? Jamila Al Za'anin 2012
367 Rape as a weapon of war in protracted conflict:assessing the psychosocial risks on youth Charity Alikuleti 2012
366 A critical review of NGO transparency in humanitarian response David Bainbridge 2012
365 Climate Change Adaptation from an Urban Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Perspectice:Insights from Dhaka Lucy Faulkner 2012
364 Assessment of the progress of measures adopted for the growth of education sector: a case study from Zambia Lucia Majova 2012
363 Education as if people and the environment mattered – sustainability in Portuguese schools Daniela Mota 2012
362 Co-ordination in the Humanitarian Sector: Are the pieces falling into place or are we falling behind the pace of change? Caroline Parks 2012
361 Cashing in on success? A Cash-based approach to post-disaster shelter assistance Sally Pike 2012
360 Why the central Darwin aboriginal town camp is a socio-cultural and economic necessity Michael Richards 2012
359 Culture Change: Can Management of Change Principles Improve Aid Sector Programming? Candice Roggeveen 2012
358 Understanding the extent and effects of social exclusion on female injecting drug users in Nayabazar, Bangladesh James Sale 2012
357 What are the medical needs of a population with traumatic injuries post earthquake? Recommendations for Practice Jessica Soane 2012
356 Does It Look Poor Enough? Analysis of Fundraising Images and Alternatives to Poverty Pornography Martina Tomassini 2012
355 Learning from Havana: A comparative analysis of the UK and Cuba in Post Carbon Transition Alex Towler 2012
354 Regulatory barriers to post-disaster shelter: The cases of Pakistan and Haiti Michele Young 2012
353 Decision-making in the humanitarian sector David Curtis 2012
352 New Orleans nightmare: The challenges of Hurricane Katrina and Planning, Preparedness and Progress Lisa Zocher 2012
351 Do Students benefit from North/South school partnerships? Kathryn McNicoll 2012

350

The Art of Development: Understanding cultural heritage as a creative agent for change

Jeni Burnell

2012

348

A Critical Analysis of Emergency Capacity Building: the Work of the ECB Project

Pamela Sitko

2012

347 Participatory Policing: The way forward for the Gambia Lamin Banda 2011
346 Livelihoods of Poor Disabled Urban Dwellers in Ghana: How best can NGOs support them? Wisdom Bessie-Dente 2011
345 Mainstreaming Success. Civil Society Consutation in Emergency Relief and early Recovery Programming Caelin Briggs 2011
344 Beyond Sales Pitch Sustainability. Exit strategies in a complex humanitarian emergency: lessons from Afghanistan Jessica Carlson 2011
343 Disaster Risk Reduction Towards Sustainable Development; the Role of an Architectural Response Rachel Clegg 2011
342 Portrayal, Perception, Participation and Purpose. The Internet and New Digital Media in NGO communications Camilla Higgins 2011
341 Participation and Place-Making - Empowering Communities to Transform their Living Environment Dipti Hingorani 2011
340 Can partnership with business make a positive contribution to development? A case study of Rio Tinto in Madagascar Meggie Juton 2011
339 Towards a wider process of sheltering: the role of urban design in humanitarian response Alison Killing 2011
338 Building a new society: an analysis of the role and challenges facing civil society in post conflict South Sudan Rabeka Moriku Matthews 2011
337 Exploring the impact of micro-finance services in household reconstruction in post-conflict recovery: A case study of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) savings and internal lending community innovation project (SILC) in Gulu district, Northern Uganda Walter Mwaka 2011
336 An assessment of the impact of a government involuntary relocation and resettlement programme on the livelihoods of development-induced displaced populations Phiona Nampungu 2011
335 To what extent does Sphere improve quality and accountability in shelter humanitarian assistance? Marine Roucher 2011
334 Learning from the Marche Hypolite Port-au-Prince, Haiti David Smith 2011
333 Drowning, Asia's neglected child epidemic Katherine Weatherburn 2011
332 How could we learn from micro-communities in effecting global disaster relief and sustainable living? Chung-wei Yeh 2011
331 Transformation through participatory design – exploring the importance of multi-stakeholder collaboration Manuel Marques Pereira Naomi Shinkins 2011
330 Can the trend towards cultural erosion in Yemen and Tibet, influenced strongly by the imposition/inflitration of modern building styles, be mitigated? Haldi Sheahan 2011

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How effective is community radio in meeting the needs of remote communities in Nepal? Case study of Okhaldhunga, Nepal

Theodora Hannides

2011

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The New Urban Policy in Context: What Hope does it Promise for the Dissolution of Refugee Camps?

Thea Brain

2011

319.

Designing for Disaster: Evaluating the Potential for Application of Permaculture Design in Development and Emergency Contexts

Zeya Schindler

2011

318.

Tarpaulins, transitional shelters or permanent houses: how does the shelter assistance provided affect the recovery of communities after disaster? - Two case studies in Indonesia: Aceh, 2004 and Yogyakarta, 2006

Victoria Batchelor

2011

317.

Can healthcare services to improve equine welfare in developing countries be delivered through privatised veterinary systems utilising para-professionals?

John D Harvey

2011

316.

Using Video in Peacebuilding Practices: Incentives, Examples and Innovations.

Phil Wright

2011

315.

Capacity to thrive, as seen from the child's perspective. What is the effectiveness of an organisation working for the welfare of children in especially difficult circumstances, in terms of the child's perceived capacity to thrive? An exploratory study.

Paul Stockley

2010

314.

The practice of downward accountability in development

Christine Fenwick

2010

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Transboundary waters: a study of the Jordan and Euphrates-Tigris river basins. Why have there been no Water Wars in the Fertile Crescent, and how likely is the continuation of this state of affairs?

Joel Davis

2010

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Exploring organisational structure of voluntary sector organisations

Mel Kinnear

2010

311.

An analysis of the British military approach to reconstruction and development in Helmand Province since 2006

David Woodward

2010

310.

Healthcare at times of disaster. The reflection on rehabilitation and reconstruction of healthcare facilities

Siti Najwa Sheikh Yahya

2010

309.

The challenges of developing appropriate school environments in Rwanda

Anika Grafweg

2010

308.

A marriage of inconvenience: the government response to forced marriages in the UK

Abigail Smith

2010

307.

How can urban upgrading reduce risk from natural hazards in slum settlements?

Sarah Moss

2010

306.

The Burden of Women's Work and the Role of International Non Governmental Organizations: Lessons from Rural Ethiopia

Almaz Fiseha Demissie

2010

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Is it possible to institute a decentralised system of governance in a post-conflict situation? The case of decentralised health governance in South Sudan

Ihiri Lilian Vitale

2010

304.

The introduction of pre-paid water meters in informal settlements as an intervention for reducing urban poverty. The case of national water and sewerage corporation in Kampala, Uganda

Madiina Nakibenga

2010

303.

Who's talking to the Haitian Fire Department? Building the capacity of community-level emergency services in urban disaster risk reduction and response

Kevin Dunbar

2010

302.

Why is the application of the UN programme APELL in rural communities in Peru so important?

Isabel Fernandez Lainez

2010

301.

Human Rights and Violence against Women – lessons from the UK

Anita Cuddihy

2010

300.

Law and Enforcement in Brazil – Exploring a Catalyst for Change

Sonsoles Montosa

2010

299.

Settlement and Social Integration of Ex-Gurkhas in the UK: A study of Swindon, Wiltshire

Om Sunar

2010

298.

Local Economy Support in Humanitarian Assistance – From Relief to Development in a Post-Conflict Environment

Marina Muenchenbach

2010

297.

The Punjab Agrarian crisis: identifying opportunities for a sovereign and sustainable food system

Manmeet Kaur

2010

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Basic Needs

Patrick Shepherd

2010

295.

Revisiting Sharankhola: A review of post-sidr housing projects in Bangladesh

Nadia Tithi

2010

294.

Using video in community health advocacy: critical review of a participatory workshop with Breastfeeding Patrol, Mandaluyong City, Manila

Megan Lynagh

2010

293.

Conflicts in Conservation: Territorial and value Based Implications for Cat Tien National Park, Vietnam

Victoria Bateman

2010

292.

Conflict Prevention as a peacekeeping tool in a post conflict context: Case study of Sudan

Azza Mohammed

2010

291.

What impact do amenity groups have on the English Planning Process?

Natalie Daniels

2010

290.

The suitability of straw as a building material: a critical review

Lindsey Round-Turner

2010

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Non Compliance to Early Warnings for Natural Hazards: Peoples’ perception of Early Warning Systems in St Lucia

John Clarke

2010

288.

Rangeland Management for Improved Pastoralist Livelihoods: The Borana of Southern Ethiopia

Djihan Skinner

2010

287.

Understanding the Policy and Practice of Protection of Palestinian Refugees by UNRWA in Lebanon: Local Perceptions, Perspectives and Lived Experience

Reitze Wellen

2010

286.

Walk Ahead, Look Behind: Aid processes and products following the Indian Ocean Tsunami 2004

Sari Kaipainen

2010

285.

The role of participatory video in amplifying the voices of marginalised communities: lessons from Iran

Pouya Sepehr

2010

284.

Beyond the Game: the power of sport in international development

Damien Hughes

2010

283.

Capacity Development Theory and Practice: Lessons learnt from CORD and KITWOBEE in Northern Uganda

Katherine Freeman

2010

282.

Providing childcare and education for migrant communities: The case of the Bus School in Delhi, the Portable School in Bangkok and the Migran Learning Centre in Chiang Mai

Yumiko Kan

2010

281.

Reducing Vulnerability through civil society engagement: Confronting Misperceptions in Tehran

Hannah Sanderson

2010

280.

Impact of NGOs peace-building on communities in Nepal: a case study from Dhading District

Marianne Nass Norheim

2010

279.

Living Landscapes: the Vision and Role of Community Forestry in Sustainable Development

Rachael Hannay

2010

278.

The roles and opportunities of NGOs in supporting the livelihoods of the urban poor: A case study of Addis Ababa

Petr Schmied

2010

277.

Green rehabilitation: Environmental sustainability and post-disaster shelter in India

Federica Lisa

2010

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What does it take to operate as a development practitioner in post emergency shelter practice?

Sophie Clare Jopling

2009

275.

Whose justice is it anyway? How effectively has restorative justice and its values, impacted and challenged the juvenile justice system and the wider community, in dealing with young offenders in the UK?

Niluka Varma

2009

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Bouncing Back. A critical analysis of community resilience and flooding in the UK

Nicholas Irwin

2009

273.

Can the millennium goals be realised through the millennium villages project?

Sheila Kyobutungi

2009

272.

Time for a change?: The traditional human right NGO fact finding methodology in relation to National and International prosecutions of Gross Human Rights Violations

Eric Meldrum

2009

272.

Refugee family separation: exploring the effects of limited leave to remain on refugee families under the UK asylum policy

Michael Kikamba Misindu

2009

271.

Impact assessment for disaster risk reduction programmes: is a safer world a better world?

Rebecca Chestnutt

2009

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A garden of Eden, garden of resilience: the role of the local church in addressing cultural dimensions in disaster mitigation

Monica Verhaeghe

2009

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The role of the church in promoting rights-based approaches to disaster management

Ian Verhaeghe

2009

268.

The power to move: an exploratory study into the framing of the 2004 Indian ocean Tsunami by the BBC

Caroline Holden

2009

267.

Culture and the British Army – cultural shortfalls in the Army medical services

James Salt

2009

266.

What place do psychosocial care programmes have in overcoming the effects of conflict? Lessons from the experiences of the Acholi Internally Displaced persons in Gulu, northern Uganda

Claire Tiffen

2009

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Building Security in Post-Conflict Situations: a case of south Sudan

Margaret Tabu

2009

264.

Of Profit and Peace. A tale of Peace - through Commerce, in Theory and Practice

Rhiannon Price

2009

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Empowering protracted refugees: an assessment of the case of Liberian refugees at Buduburam settlement, Ghana

Judith Homadi Mensah

2009

262.

Creating Empowering Environments. How Action on the Urban Built Environment can Enhance Basic Capabilities and Freedoms

Mona Luxion

2009

261.

How can vulnerability and risk be reduced in large-scale gatherings? An assessment of vulnerability and risk in mass gatherings

Hani Al Nabulsi

2009

260.

Ethnic cleansing in a different perspective: Understanding long term impact of urbicide and ethnocide

Heidi Ottosen

2009

259.

An assessment of the impact of civil service reform programme on the livelihoods of the retrenched civil servants in Uganda

John Richard Okumu

2009

258.

A troubled environment. The relationship between the UN Peacekeeping mission and NGO's in Haiti

Anne Leewis

2009

257.

Is fair trade fair for women in Nicaragua?

Patrick Bell

2009

256.

Post-conflict reconstruction the role of basic physical infrastructure in facilitating return and reintegration in Liberia

Nana Yaa Sapomaa Aboagye

2009

255.

Protection threats surrounding internally displaced children during return and resettlement in Northern Uganda: A case study of Pader district

Gemma Tracee Apiku

2009

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Humanitarian partnerships in chronic emergencies: A study on Oxfam GB in Ethiopia

Marie Corazon Alvarez

2009

253.

Communicating with beneficiaries in emergencies: how can international aid organisations improve?

Alessandra Vilas Boas

2008

252.

Macro decisions, micro impacts: How development can potentially increase beneficiaries' vulnerability

Anna Tramonti

2008

251.

Emergency relief logistics: Evaluation of disaster response models

Line Tabbara

2008

250.

Architectural responses in post disaster reconstruction: an argument for effective engagement

Aikaterina Spetsiou

2008

249.

Development organisations in the unrecognised state of Nagorno Karabakh

Robert Snell

2008

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The Origins of the Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Afghanistan

Chris Sidell

2008

247.

Combining counterterrorism with development in Pakistan's federally administered tribal areas

Elliot Seeger

2008

246.

What makes for successful urban underserved settlement water projects? Case studies from Sri Lanka

Amali Meepe

2008

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Key issues in the provision of temporary shelters. The case of Tsunami shelters in Tamilnadu, Southern India and cyclone Sidr Bagerhat district, Bangladesh

Sridevi Madala

2008

244.

The HIV/AIDS epidemic in South Africa has had a complex, varied and inconsistent identity. How much impact has poor understanding had on the effectiveness of HIV/ AIDS intervention and could this be improved?

Adam Guy

2008

243.

Risk This: The untapped power of at-risk youth to be peacemakers

Kelly Fisher

2008

242.

A discussion of some of the common themes found in three community based disaster risk management (CBDRM) projects in urban areas affected by flooding in the Philippines

Clephane Compton

2008

241.

Let's play war! An analysis of the child soldier's experience of conflict

Stefano Canu

2008

240.

The challenges for international aid in the state building process of Afghanistan

Ayaz Ayaz

2008

239.

Human rights in conflict situations: a critical analysis of the role of human rights organisations (HROs) in Darfur, Sudan

Solla Asea

2008

238.

Analysis of Policy on Combating Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children the Case of Cambodia

Yasu Yoshimura

2008

237.

The struggle for humanitarian space. An analysis of the attempts by humanitarian organisations to carve out, adapt and maintain their humanitarian space in modern conflict and post-conflict environments

Simon Write

2008

236.

The Lebanese Shiite coping strategies in times of deprivation and conflict

Jouliana Tchiloyans

2008

235.

In the class but on the margins of society: girls' education in Afghanistan

Lucy Strickland

2008

234.

Developing effective evacuation strategies for the disabled community. Lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina

Rebekah Solomon

2008

233.

Dilemmas and complexities in post disaster reconstruction – a study of socio-spatial elements in planning

Pritika Mandal

2008

232.

The Kenya Free Primary Education Policy (FPE) An Assessment on the Impact and Sustainability of Free Primary Education in Migwani Division

Paul Kenya

2008

231.

Smoke and Mirrors: Does the presence of aid agencies improve the safety of civilians in conflict?

Rachel Hastie

2008

230.

Petroleum and People: What role can human rights play when vulnerable people face environmental degradation?

Katy Hartless

2008

229.

The Last of the Maasai in Northern Tanzania? – Redifining Cultural Identity

Janine Fitzgerald

2008

228.

The post conflict administrations of Germany and Iraq – three key comparisons

Martin Browning

2008

227.

Born on the Street (DVD)

Strefano Archidiacono

2008

226.

The Development NGO- A foreign place for the peace builder

Kate Angus

2008

225.

What kind of Freedom?
Challenges facing women ex-fighters from the Eritrean liberation war

Cathryn Upshon

2007

224.

Freedom and Housing rights for low-income groups: a case study of Peru

Alex J Tilley

2007

223.

To what degree does International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law constrict the use of Force in Fighting Terrorism

Spencer Lawley

2007

222.

Has Dayton been successful in maintaining the peace and ameliorating the underlying issues of its constituent peoples for self-determination?

Zechariah Johnson

2007

221.

Men, Masculinities and Gender: An examination of the role men play in contributing to gender equality

Val Encomio

2007

220.

Paradise Lost?

Is there the potential for a successful resettlement on Diego Garcia both physically and in the minds of those who would return?

Samantha De La Haye

2007

219.

Choice in Extra Judicial Incarceration

John Crawford

2007

218.

The Threat Posed by Availability and Inadequate Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALWs) to Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The Case of Southern Sudan

Betty Araba

2007

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Fragile Identity and the Fear of Intervention

Simon Hamerton

2007

216.

The Changing Role of High-rise Buildings in Asian Cities

Satoko Nakaoka

2007

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Theory and Practice of Participation in Complex Emergency

Sara Almer

2007

214.

Housing the Urban Poor in Colombo Sri Lanka

Rachitra Gunatilake

2007

213.

A Study Analysing Risk, Vulnerability and response in Aceh province, Indonesia after the Asian Tsunami 2004.

Mathew Winpenny

2007

212.

What are the most appropriate strategic planning and governance models/process in establishing a new non-governmental organisation? Strategic planning for Indian Ocean Disaster Relief Sri Lanka.

Matthew Banks

2007

211.

Adherence or Non-Adherence?  Good practice in administering antiretrovirals to children with HIV/AIDS in rural resource-poor settings.  The case of Kiwoko Hospital.

Kate Wooding

2007

210.

Is it an Arranged Marriage: An Exploration of the Nature of the Relationship between International NGOs and the International News Media in the Context of 'Natural Disasters'.

Joanna Watson

2007

209.

Rape in Wartime - An Investigation of the Violent Sexual Targeting of Women in times of Armed Conflict

Jessica Cocozza

2007

208.

The Protection of Internally Displaced Persons :The Case of South Sudanese IDPs

Jacqueline Natepi Ben Lochalamoi

2007

207.

The Development of Guidance on Regional Capability Coordination Plans

Mark Conway

2006

206.

Changes in the Relationship between Political Power, Civil Society and Security Arrangements within the European Union in the Contemporary Period: Can the Humanitarian Organisations juggle all 3 balls?

Oliver Behn

2006

205.

Hizbullah: Praxis and Relationship with Community. How could Hizbullah, as a Resistance Movement, be appealing to its Community?

Roba Bashir

2006

204.

Transparency Initiative in West African Oil Extraction. Evaluating and comparing the Extractive Industry Initiative in Nigeria and the world Bank sponsored pipeline project in Chad as responses to the 'Resource Curse'

Joshua Brewer

2006

203.

Sinai Stories: Can a revival of story-telling generate a cohesive identity for the South Sinai Bedouin in the Development Debate? If so, how?

Nicola Harrison

2006

202.

Domestic Violence against Women in Pakistan: an evaluation of the effectiveness of the legal system

Kate Hutchinson

2006

201.

Chaos Theory: a play in three acts, referring to the events of Bunia Ituri, DRC in 2003, seen through the eyes of humanitarian workers

Nigel Pearson

2006

200.

Building-Squatters in Inner City Johannesburg: a discussion of government policies and NGO recommendations in the light of the African World Class City's preparation for the 2010 FIFA World Cup

Cornelia Scholze

2006

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Healing Place: a comparative study of creative spatial interventions as catalysts for reconstructing community identity

Katherine Beinart

2006

198.

An Analysis of the Effectiveness of Fair & Ethical Trade in Eliminating the Negative Impact of Current Mainstream Business Practice

Louisa Lyne

2006

197.

Integrating Rights Based Approach in Sustainable Human Development: A critical appraisal of UNDP's efforts to integrate rights based approach

Jolly Shah

2006

196.

Bolivia's Coming of Age

Clare Wearden

2006

195.

Universal Justice? The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, US Immigration Legislation, Oregon State Policy and the Right's of Oregon's Undocumented Farmworkers

Beverly Anderson

2005

194.

The Paradox of Humanitarian - Military Intervention in the context of International Law

Enrico Bona

2005

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Free Primary Education in Kenya: The Success and Challenge

Naomi Kegome

2005

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Refugee Children Education

How can teachers facilitate the education of refugee children?

Susan Okach

2005

191.

Developing Pro Poor Sustainable Tourism for Developing Countries

Dawit Seyoum

2005

190.

Triangular Conflict Management

Kalie Sillah

2005

189.

Informal Workers (Waste Pickers) and Solid Waste Management: The Case of Recife

Maria Betania Silva

2005

188.

Domestic Violence Against Women in Japan: An Evaluation of Current Policies

Tomomi Sugiyama

2005

187.

An Examination of the Origins of the Cambodian Genocide and its Consequences for Contemporary Cambodian Society

Rika Yamada

2005

186.

The Bubble

Alberto Saccavini

2005

185.

Who is helping Kenya's Children? An assessment of NGO Programmes for Street Children in Nairobi

Cherie Siggelkow

2005

184.

Teaching Young Dogs Old Tricks: Education and the Absence of Older People in the Discourse in Development

Valerie Lipman

2005

183.

From the Mouths of Children: A Participatory Approach Exploring the Message of HIV/ AIDS to Children

Jordan Lycan

2005

182.

HIV/ AIDS and the Elderly in Zimbabwe

Nyasha Chiunya-Huni

2005

181.

A Business for Development? Exploring the Social Enterprise Approach as an Alternative for Housing the Urban Poor in Mexico

Mara Cortes- Lara

2005

180.

Education for Change: Exploring the Gaps in Education for Today's Development Practitioner

Supitcha Tovivich

2005

179.

The Role of Architects in Development Practice: Challenges in Architectural Training

Rumana Kabir

2005

178.

Memorality: The Case for Counter-memorials

Tamara Pierson

2005

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Re-establishing Protection: In what ways are NGO programmes inducing Bosnian authorities to recognise returnees' rights?

Emily Adamsdale

2004

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What are the risks of relying on single gender programming in micro finance, and what lessons can be drawn from the health sector?

Mark Arcedeckne-Butler

2004

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HIV/ AIDS and Human Rights in Thailand

John Berry

2004

174.

The Inter-Organisational relations of capacity building NGO's in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya

Sue Cavanna

2004

173.

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, What does Asylum Policy Look Like after all? A three part analysis of harmonised, European Union Asylum Policy between 1999 & 2004

Rachel Criswell

2004

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The importance of Individuals and Relationships. The Potential and Limitations of the World Bank - NGO Relationship

Peter Ewins

2004

171.

Are policy makers from Venus and Practitioners from Mars? Understanding the Gap between Policy and Practice in the Humanitarian Aid Sector

Ian Gavin

2004

170.

Gender and disaster risk management in Vietnam: An analysis of practice and policy

Vu Minh Hai

2004

169.

HIV Prevention in Emergencies

Corynne O Harvey

2004

168.

Adjusting Rights; An Examination of Transitional Violations and Obligations

Nicholas Lee

2004

167.

Armed with Resilience: A study addressing the issues of reintegration and resiliency of formerly abducted girl child soldiers in Northern Uganda and their potential role as peace builders

Jessica Lenz

2004

166.

The Role of Peace Education within the British Education System

Hayley Nicholls

2004

165.

The Armed Rebel's Dilemma: When to compromise and when to fight- The Sri Lankan case.

Peter Nuland

2004

164.

Reconciling Mission and Development in a Christian NGO

Matt Rutter

2004

163.

The Medical treatment of civilian casualties in armed conflict: Who cares?

M Slade

2004

162.

Complex Conflict Environments, Decreasing Humanitarian Space, and Humanitarian Access to Vulnerable Populations

Simon Springett

2004

161.

Can Fashion be Fair? Fashion Vs Fair-trade & Appendix

Tasmin LeJeune

2004

160.

Project Monitoring in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

Achieng N. Obia

2004

159.

How can the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement Assist Practitioners to Improve Return Programmes in Areas Under Chapter VII Mandated UN Administrators?

Mark Choonoo

2004

158.

Fragile Avenues to Integration. The Refugee Experience and the Labour-Integrative Processes in the European Context

Eleonora Lungu

2004

157.

Urban Development: The Urban Planning System and Operations of the Informal Sector in Gaborone, Botswana

Moemedi Gabana

2004

156.

How can the role of the Bosnian media be understood in the post-conflict period? How does the media interact with human rights, civil society and truth and reconciliation?

Caroline Parkes

2004

155.

'Livelihoods' at work: Linkage of Theory to Practice and change

Godfrey Lokuju Peter

2004

154.

Protection of Separated Children in Armed Conflict. A Case Study of the 'Lost Boys' of Sudan

David Birrech

2004

153.

Trafficking in Human Beings in Macedonia. An assessment of existing prevention and remedial activities to protect Refugee Women and Victims of Human Trafficking and the role of the united Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Graziella Piga

2004

152.

A Study of Issues Facing Non Governmental Organisations in post Revolutionary Iran

A.G. Bell

2004

151.

Micro-finance for Disaster Mitigation - Training Manual

Rachel Grivas

2004

150.

Welcoming newcomers? Migration to Greece- current perceptions and practices

Aikaterini Pateraki

2004

149.

Rwanda: Land of a Thousand Hopes. Designing a Development Resource Education for Schools

includes Video

Christine Foster

2003

148.

In What Ways Could NGOs and CBOs More Effectively Mitigate Earthquake Disaster in Developing Counties? Special Case Study, El Salvador

Angus Freeman

2003

147.

Marketing and Urban Solid Waste Composting. An investigation into the role of marketing in urban solid waste composting in the Indian context.

Claire Richardson

2003

146.

Is it reasonable or indeed feasible, in the light of the past half century, for Palestinian refugees to maintain and implement the right of return to their homeland? The right of Palestinian refugees to return to Palestine is a right based in international law, yet it has been ignored by Israeli occupation, refuted by continued settlement expansion and systematically eroded through years of negotiation.

Yasmin McDonnell

2003

145.

Black and Minority Ethnic Housing Associations: Serving Communities

Claire Truman

2003

144.

Evaluating Policies and Practices of Urban Land Supply for Residential Development in Post-independent Eritrea: the case of Asmara

Simon Iyob

2003

143.

Valuing Housing, Vulnerable People

Catherine Ann Taylor

2003

142.

Entertaining Angels: The Church and Sanctuary Asylum - Seekers in the Twenty First Century

Esther Byrom

2003

141.

Building Bridges: Strengthening Social Capital Through Peace Building Interventions

Deborah Wheeler

2003

140.

Searching for Appropriate Education in Developing Countries

Noriko Sakade

2003

139.

New Arrivals on the NGO Community Block

Josef Pazderka

2003

138.

Provincial Reconstruction Teams (PRT's): An Analysis of their Contribution to Security in Afghanistan

Charlotte Watkins

2003

137.

Bridging the Gap: What is the role of Psychosocial Assistance?

Katherine Bowen

2003

136.

A Study to Examine the Extent and Processes by which Armed Conflict has Influenced Food Security in a Chronic Deficit District of Nepal

Gerrard Ferrie

2003

135.

Challenges for Civil-Military Co-operation in Peace Support Operations: Reframing the Debate for Non-Governmental Organisations and the Military

Stephanie Knell

2003

134.

Early Warning of Violent Conflict: The Use of Indicators in Academic and Organisational Efforts to Predict Violence

Pete F Cody

2003

133.

Words into Deeds - How do International Development NGO's Practise a Rights Based Approach to Development

Julie Kercher

2003

132.

Great City, Terrible Place

Saigon South and its Impact on the Urban Development Context of Ho Chi Minh City

Lars Henrik Folkar

2003

131.

The Money Merry-Go-Round: An Examination of Changes in the Donor Funding of Humanitarian Aid

Pete Garratt

2003

130.

A Chinese Facelift: The 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China - An Assessment of the Impact on Urban Development

Colleen H L Yuen

2003

129.

The Debt Crisis and Debt Relief Campaign for Developing Countries

Julie S Sisenda

2003

128.

Next to the Strawberry Fields: Migrant Workers in Southern Spain

Nina Odeh

2003

127.

Birth Registration in Bangladesh: Is the Current Approach Sufficient

Philip P Thorpe

2003

126.

Quick Impact Projects (QIPs): Linking the Gap Between Relief and Development from the Aspect of Conflict Sensitivity

Hiroko Miyoshi

2003

125.

Vulnerability and Disasters - operationalising theory for practice

Suneet Anand

2002

124.

Come and Have a Go if you think you're wired enough: Redbricks Online - the story, the lessons, the future

Pascale Scheurer

2002

123.

ICT and Participation

Wolfram Felke

2002

122.

Co-operative Housing - part of the solution to shelter needs?

May Sommerfelt

2002

121.

A Case for Cash

addressing power relationships in humanitarian aid

Paula Frankema

2002

120.

Civil Society - Private Sector Relations: the case of the Red Cross

Anna Helszajn

2002

119.

Do Engineers Consider Social Issues?

Elizabeth Twitchin

2002

118.

Civil Society in the Eastern Perspective as a Case for Japan

Miki Miyamoto

2002

117.

Capacity Development in Disaster Risk Management: the challenge for NGOs

Smruti Patel

2002

116.

Human Rights Based Humanitarianism - Rhetoric or Reality?

Kashka Huyton

2002

115.

The Fourth Pillar: minimum standards in education in emergencies

Martha Hewison

2002

114.

"More Than Just Kicking A Football About". The Use of Sport for Development

Luke Lister

2002

113.

Female Genital Mutilation. A Development and Human Rights Issue

Lorraine Bowler

2002

112.

Filling The Gap. The Role of NGOs in Urban Development: a look at Zambia

Doreen Pelekamoyo

2002

111.

Household Food Security in Waterloo - towards enhancing livelihoods of the local people. (A Study of a Post-conflict Rural Community of Sierra Leone.)

James Kamara

2002

110.

Why the Missing Link? The Gap between Gender Policies and Practice in Humanitarian Interventions.

Grainne O'Neill

2002

109.

Blossoms in Winter. Guidance in Fending Off Negative Emotional Outcomes of Humanitarian Workers' Stress.

Elaine Bainard

2002

108.

Reducing the Risks to Vulnerable Low-income Urban Households in Flood Prone Areas: shelter protection and mitigation methodologies specialized in Latin America.

Maria Andrea Ortega Correa

2002

107.

Practising Disaster Mitigation Capacity Building of Southern NGOs for Managing Natural Disasters

Dolly Jain

2002

106.

Gender: Elitist Intellectual Construct or Practical Accessible Reality?

Sarah Immambocus

2002

105.

An Evaluation of Child Social Policy in Zambia - the case of Lusaka

Patience Mususa

2002

104.

The Path to Professionalism: a study of the importance of learning for the humanitarian worker

Georgina Brook

2002

103.

How Can Humanitarian Relief Practitioners Influence the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict? What Do They Need To Know?

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Relief Practitioner's Handbook and Guide to Influencing the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict

Catherine Plumridge

2002

102.

Exploring the Practitioner's Control and Influence over the Nature of Partnerships for Development

Vendela Fortune

2001

101.

Building/s, Energy-efficiency, and Quality of Life: the incorporation of sustainable construction and energy efficiency in low-cost housing programmes in South Africa

Martine de Velde

2001

100.

Why Did Ayp Mo Die? The Sudan Famine of 1998: an analysis of causes and consequences for an approach to humanitarian intervention in conflict

Paul Savage

2001

99.

Foster Care: mutual learning between traditional and Western practice

Beth Verney

2001

98.

Depleted Uranium in the Kosovo Conflict: the politics of information

Paul Kirwan

2001

97.

The Conundrum of Development Support

Cecilia Brunnstrom

2001

96.

Participation. A Challenge for Development Practitioners?

Consolata Maunganidze

2001

95.

Media, Journalism and Violent Conflict - weapons of war or instruments of peace?

Sophia Wilkinson

2001

94.

Protection and Assistance for Internally Displaced Persons

Edward Wageni

2001

93.

The Roots of Violence: a guide to understanding violence for humanitarian workers

Luke Stephens

2001

92.

Civil Registration as a Tool for Development: a case study about East Timor

Soren Wilkening

2001

91.

Are The Differences So Marked? British and Fench perspectives on the application of humanitarian principles

Sebastian Fouquet

2001

90.

From Relief to Development in South Sudan: is it a possibility?

Nadia Hamid

2001

89.

Basic Health Service Delivery in Complex Emergencies

Elizabeth Berryman

2001

88.

Beneficiary Participation in Evaluations of Humanitarian Assistance: a reflection on evaluation approaches used by INGOs in post-earthquake Gujarat

Chris Porter

2001

87.

Accountability That Counts! Democratising Minimum Standards

David Thomson

2001

86.

Empowered Women, Appropriate Housing

Martin Carr

2001

85.

Poverty Reduction Through Improved Housing. The Case of the Municipal Housing and Urban Development Corporation, Delhi, Indian: an evaluation

Robin Black

2001

84.

Enhancing Resilience and Reducing Vulnerability of Refugees and their Children: problems and possibilities

Lesley Wakelin

2001

83.

Glocal (a CD ROM)

"The intentions of this thesis were to examine and explore the dimensions of international competitions in the fields of architecture and development, ultimately concluding with the design of a competition brief which synthesizes the scope of our investigations."

Ben Wallis

and

Christopher Wilson

2001

82.

Building Learning for Action - rights and humanitarian standards in emergencies

Luis Morago-Nicolas

2001

81.

Sustainable Return and Re-integration of Minorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. A Study

Guy Hovey

2000

80.

Community Based Rehabilition. A Case Study from Nepal

Felicity Feeny

2000

79.

Passive Victim or Active Survivor. Shifting the Perspective: implications for intervention

Alexandra Ashdown

2000

78.

Being: Belonging and Becoming. The Case of Baluch in Jask. The Impact of Education on Ethnic Identity

Soudabeh Ahmadzadeh

2000

77.

Wars of Uprooting: the plight of internally displaced persons and refugees of Sierra Leone

David Sombie

2000

76.

How Can Anthropology Give A More Holistic View of Civil Society?

Sarah Naish

2000

75.

Responses to the Livelihood Strategies of Urban Poor Women in Development Contexts in Development Theory, Policy and Practice

Judith Sugden

2000

74.

Development, Communication and Video. How Can Video Making in the Third World Assist a Participative Development Process?

The Dissertation only is available to borrow - the videos may be viewed at CENDEP by prior arrangement.

Sue Phillips

2000

73.

The Metamorphosis of the UNHCR

Debora Klyn

2000

72.

The Credibility of Military Action as Humanitarian Intervention

Jacqueline Tong

2000

71.

Chandigarh Revisited: to what extent are northern planning theories and ideas adaptable to southern countries?

Ryan Morris

2000

70.

The Georgia-Abkhazia Peace Process: a new role for the United Nations Observer Mission?

Henrik Mungenast

2000

69.

Conflict and Peace: a Kenyan case study

Jalpa Ratna

2000

68.

The Separated Child: the provision of care for the separated child in emergencies

Annie Sewell

2000

67.

Shelter and Mental Health: an evaluation of the relationship between shelter and settlement policies and mental health within humanitarian aid provision for refugees and displaced persons

Helen Morgan

2000

66.

Seeking Asylum in the UK: policy and practice

Jane Longville

2000

65.

Post-conflict Reconstruction in Kosovo: the role and capacity of local government in urban areas

Chetna Lakhoo

2000

64.

Rhetoric or Reality? Linking Development to Relief

Jonathan Goodwill

2000

63.

An Analysis of the Range of Responses of Relief NGOs to Famine in Ethiopia: how has famine response developed over the past 25 years?

Andrew Fox

2000

62.

Family, Gender and Poverty Among the Muslim Population in Northern Rakhine State: a field research in Myanmar, August 1998

Tami Sugihara

2000

61.

Architects, Participation and Urban Regeneration

Matthew Cox

1999

60.

Mapping Cultural Resources

Ripin Kalra

1999

59.

Funding Low-Income Housing: community enablement in the advent of the commercialisation of housing

Baboucarr Semega-Jenneh

1999

58.

Housing for Development: project based evaluation indicators

Aparna Zaveri

1999

57.

Strategic Capacity Building

Sean de Cleene

1999

56.

From Beneficiaries to Customers: an assessment of the applicability of commercial logistics developments to humanitarian logistics

Kelvin Hughes

1999

55.

Democratisation as a Development Goal: alturism, hegemony feasible?

Alexandra Kean

1999

54.

Capacity Building: an assessment technique

Tom Koene

1999

53.

Whose Reality Counts? media presentation of the 1998 famine in Sudan versus other accounts

Yvonne Westerman

1999

52.

Together We Can Change The World? The Challenge of NGOs and Business Partnerships

Tania Kelly

1999

51.

International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction. A Study of the Aims, Strengths, Weaknesses and Future of the Decade

Nichola Simmonds

1999

50.

Change: the practitioner's art and the practice of policy

Jon Carver

1998

49.

Sustainable Disaster Reduction: the effectiveness of the citizenry-based development-orientated disaster response

Zenaida Delica

1998

48.

Learning for Practice: a critical study of micro-enterprise reflecting on qualitative research in Bangladesh

Rekha Sarker

1998

47.

Training Kit for Use in British Schools: to familiarise children with conditions in developing countries

Jonathan Blackburn

1998

46.

North/South NGOs - Development Assistance Revised: a special reference to the case of Recife, Brazil

Ana Calvalcanti

1998

45.

In the Best Interests of the Child? Protection of Children's Rights in War - implications for policy and principles of best practice for NGOs

Rachel Lavy

1998

44.

Identity in Housing: the case of migrant Minangkabau in Jakarta

Katherine Riggall

1998

43.

Peace and Peacability: a case study of Yealla Town in Zorzor District, Liberia

Sarah Routley

1998

42.

Kumasi Central Market, Ghana

Joanne Smithers

1998

41.

Housing Finance Debt and Structural Adjustment in Nigeria

Daniel Sokari-George

1998

40.

Reducing Risk and Building Communities

Wayne Ulrich

1998

39.

Assessing Empowerment Policies for Informal Settlements in Durban, South Africa

Belinda Cowden

1997

38.

Tools for Change: a participatory sourcebook for practitioners

Grace Guerrero

1997

37.

Humanitarian Space: The Territory of Hatred and Compassion

Charles Parrack

1997

36.

Planning in Uncertainty: the challenge for developmental relief in complex political emergencies

David Peppiat

1997

35.

The Role of Christian Agencies in Urban Upgrading Projects

Marie Price

1997

34.

Tactics or Turmoil: understanding the emergency response strategies of three relief organisations in Liberia

Seonaid Robertson

1997

33.

International Assistance for Rebuilding War-Torn Societies

Anthea Sanyasi

1997

32.

An Investigation into the Major Constraints to Low-Income Housing Production in Urban Africa

George Lubega (Seguya)

1997

31.

Evaluation in the Disaster Zone: making evaluation relevant to relief interventions

Andy Featherstone

1997

30.

Participation in Development: an analysis of the concept

Robert Holden

1997

29.

Looking Out: lessons and visions for young people's participation in the urban built environment

Amy Kaspar

1997

28.

Exploring the complexities of access to humanitarian funding from the European Union

Stephen Kemp

1997

27.

The Critical Role of Information Flow with the Context of Disasters with a particular focus upon Medical Supply Systems

Tony Knight

1997

26.

Accountable or countable? toward an ethically accountable relationship in the delivery and receipt of humanitarian assistance

Warren Lancaster

1997

25.

Developing the Development Student: a study of the work on development education in Ireland

Cathal O'Boyle

1997

24.

The Olympics and Housing - an analysis of the proposals for the Cape Town bid for 2004

Virginia Roaf

1996

23.

Vernacular Response to Emergency Shelter: the case with refugees in Uganda

Flora Abalo-Acaye

1996

22.

An Examination of the Policy Initiatives that Emerged from the UN Habitat Conferences of 1976 and 1996

Lance Anelay

1996

21.

Innovative Mobilisation Strategies of the Urban Poor: a gender perspective

Giuseppe Damiano

1996

20.

A Review of Emergency Supplementary Feeding Programmes incorporating issues of conflict and gender

Annabel Forestier-Walker

1996

19.

North-South Non-Governmental Organisation Partnership as a Strategy for Development

Moustapha Magumu

1996

18.

A Traditional Based Housing Design for Low-Income People in Thailand

Patama Roonrakwit

1996

17.

Self-build Housing and Empowerment  an evaluation of four self-build development projects in the UK

Amanda Scarfi

1996

16.

The Impact of Significant Global Forces on Housing: managing development in China

Paul Vick

1995

15.

International Humanitarian Relief and its Adaptation to Ever Changing Needs: a critique of the ongoing process

Laura Brandeaux

1995

14.

Participation and Community Planning

Sunita Chirmalla

1995

13.

Scaling-up NGO's Advocacy Practice

Cormac Davey

1995

12.

Combined Survival Strategies: the case of the displaced Sudanese in Cairo

Festus Ga-Aro

1995

11.

Intervention and Sustainable Upgrading Programmes: an investigation of sustainability in squatter upgrading programmes. The Example of the Zabbaleen of Manshiet Nasser, Cairo

Martin Ellis

1994

10.

Trade-off Methodology for Low-Cost Housing Construction Technologies

Carlos Guerrero

1994

9.

Business Involvement and Enterprise in Social Development: scaling-up the impact of NGOs

Rutie Stranack

1994

8.

Refugees from the Horn of Africa: reception, resettlement and adaptation to Oxford

Ancil Adrian-Paul

1993

7.

British NGOs: an overview

David Sanderson

1993

6.

Enhancing Development by Reducing Vulnerabilities: a Jamaican Study

Roger Bellers

1993

5.

Wind Patterns and Severe Storms: is there really an increased threat to the built-up environment due to climate changes?

Irit Tepper

1993

4.

The Impact of Humanitarian Aid on Local NGOs: the Slovenian Case

Susan Elliot

1993

3.

Development Practice and Churches: the role of the local Church in community development with respect to housing

Leslie Barker

1993

2.

Gender Awareness in Development Practices

Hilde Brigtsen

1993

1.

An Analysis of the Role of Prefabrication Within Community Self-build Housing in the UK

Sue Ellis

1992