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Sociology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Edinburgh

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  The evolution of community participation in city development in Medellín, Colombia.
  Research Group: The Urban Institute
  Dr H Smith
Application Deadline: 2 February 2020

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In 2013 the city of Medellín received the accolade of being the world’s most innovative city, based mostly on its investment in transport and other public infrastructure specifically targeting the city’s poorer areas.
  Austerity Urbanism
  Research Group: The Urban Institute
  Dr C McWilliams, Dr R Woolrych
Application Deadline: 2 February 2020

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Despite recent political rhetorical claims that Austerity in the UK is coming to an end its legacy and impact have and is currently casting a long shadow.
  Migration, sexual and gender-based violence and access to water and sanitation
  Research Group: The Urban Institute
  Dr G Netto
Application Deadline: 2 February 2020

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The mass displacement of people poses formidable challenges for the management of water and sanitation in refugee camps. Water-borne disease outbreaks (cholera, bloody diarrhoea, typhoid, and hepatitis E) have been a major concern.
  Forced Migration, mobile technology and participation
  Research Group: The Urban Institute
  Dr G Netto
Application Deadline: 2 February 2020

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Forced migration due to war and political persecution has resulted in mass displacement in many international contexts. In parallel with this process, rapid technological advances have resulted in the proliferation of web-based services and increasing use of smartphones, including among refugees and asylum-seekers.
  Vulnerabilities’ and ‘Capabilities’ within the Context of Protracted Displacement Crises
  Dr K Sharapov, Dr T Guma
Application Deadline: 9 May 2020

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Whilst the ’vulnerabilities’ of individuals forced to cross borders and of internally displaced persons have been often highlighted and documented over several decades, less is known about the ’capabilities’ of displaced people themselves to respond to contexts of exile/displacement.
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