Dorothea Hilhorst
Dorothea Hilhorst
Professor of humanitarian studies, Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University
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Mapping Vulnerability: Disaster, Development and People.
G Bankoff, G Frerks, D Hilhorst
1076*2004
The real world of NGOs: Discourses, diversity and development
DJM Hilhorst
Zed Books, 2003
7102003
Introduction: mapping vulnerability
D Hilhorst, G Bankoff
Mapping Vulnerability, 20-28, 2013
3552013
Humanitarian space as arena: a perspective on the everyday politics of aid
D Hilhorst, BJ Jansen
Development and change 41 (6), 1117-1139, 2010
2832010
Being good at doing good? Quality and accountability of humanitarian NGOs
D Hilhorst
Disasters 26 (3), 193-212, 2002
2062002
Natural disasters and climate change
M Helmer, D Hilhorst
Disasters 30 (1), 1-4, 2006
2052006
Everyday realities of climate change adaptation in Mozambique
L Artur, D Hilhorst
Global Environmental Change 22 (2), 529-536, 2012
1592012
Complexity and diversity: unlocking social domains of disaster response
D Hilhorst
Mapping vulnerability, 71-85, 2013
1572013
The politics of risk in the Philippines: comparing state and NGO perceptions of disaster management
G Bankoff, D Hilhorst
Disasters 33 (4), 686-704, 2009
1182009
Humanitarian principles and organisational culture: Everyday practice in Meédecins Sans Frontié res-Holland
D Hilhorst, N Schmiemann
Development in Practice 12 (3-4), 490-500, 2002
1092002
Not only a man's world: women's involvement in artisanal mining in eastern DRC
MR Bashwira, J Cuvelier, D Hilhorst, G Van der Haar
Resources Policy 40, 109-116, 2014
1002014
Dead letter or living document? Ten years of the Code of Conduct for disaster relief
D Hilhorst
Disasters 29 (4), 351-369, 2005
982005
Disaster, conflict and society in crises: everyday politics of crisis response
D Hilhorst
Routledge, 2013
902013
Everyday practices of humanitarian aid: tsunami response in Sri Lanka
U Fernando, D Hilhorst
Development in Practice 16 (3-4), 292-302, 2006
872006
Responding to disasters. Diversity of bureaucrats, technocrats and local people
D Hilhorst
International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 21 (1), 37-56, 2003
822003
Fond de commerce? Sexual Violence Assistance in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
N Douma, D Hilhorst
Wageningen Disaster Studies, Occasional Papers 02, 2012
78*2012
Reconstruction ‘From Below’: a new magic bullet or shooting from the hip?
D Hilhorst, I Christoplos, G Van Der Haar
Third World Quarterly 31 (7), 1107-1124, 2010
702010
Emergency and Development: the Case of Imidugudu, Villagization in Rwanda
D Hilhorst, M Leeuwen
Journal of Refugee Studies 13 (3), 264-280, 2000
682000
Classical humanitarianism and resilience humanitarianism: making sense of two brands of humanitarian action
D Hilhorst
Journal of International Humanitarian Action 3 (1), 1-12, 2018
632018
From food aid to food security: the case of the Safety Net policy in Ethiopia
C Bishop, D Hilhorst
The Journal of Modern African Studies 48 (2), 181-202, 2010
622010
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