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30 Years of Development-Related Postgraduate Courses – Looking Back, Forward and Inward
Filling Key Positions
Tania E.Romero has two primary interests. She wants to preserve Panama’s natural resources and establish the topic ecology in her home country. At the University of Bremen, the DAAD alumna studied International Studies in Aquatic Tropical Ecology (ISATEC).
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30 Years of Development-Related Postgraduate Courses – Looking Back, Forward and Inward
Planning with people
Damodar Adhikari works for the Research Triangle Institute (RTI) – International. There he supports the development of a Nepalese health system rooted in equality – for all genders, classes and ethnicities. How does this fit in with his master’s degree in spatial planning?
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Keeping Cities Liveable
According to the United Nations, seven billion people will live in cities by 2050 – twice as many as today. Ensuring that bustling metropolises remain liveable is an enormous challenge. This was the topic discussed by alumni of the Development-Related Postgraduate Courses (EPOS) when they networked at a workshop in Rio de Janeiro.
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Elizabeth Mosqueda made a lot of progress during her International Climate Protection Fellowship – professionally and personally. She shares her experiences and future plans in her latest blog entry.
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