Publicaties

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Faber, K WielingaFaber, K., Wielinga, H.E., (2011): Looking at Collaboration in North South Networks: Experiences From an Action Research Final report. Healthy Networks Learning Programme, 2010 – 2011. PSO, Den Haag.

Networks with Free ActorsWielinga, H.E., Geerling-Eiff, F.G.E. (2009) Networks with Free Actors In: Poppe, K.J., Termeer, C., Slingerland, M. (2009); Transitions Towards Sustainable Agriculture and Food Chains in Peri-Urban Areas. pp 113-137. Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers.
Book chapter, English language.

2007: Networks with Free Actors: Encouraging Sustainable Innovations in Animal Husbandry by Using the FAN Approach (Free Actors in Networks)Wielinga, H.E., Zaalmink, B.W., Bergevoet, R.H.M., Geerling-Eiff, F.A., Holster, H., Hoogerwerf, L., Vrolijk, M. Networks with Free Actors: Encouraging Sustainable Innovations in Animal Husbandry by Using the FAN Approach (Free Actors in Networks) Wageningen University and Research.
Book. English language (123 p). Available in PDF.

2007: Vital Space in the Classroom (Vitale Ruimte In De Klas)Wielinga, H.E. Vital Space in the Classroom (Vitale Ruimte In De Klas) In: Stevens, L (Red)(2007): Leraar, wie ben je? Garant. Antwerpen/Apeldoorn. pp 41-53.

 

2006: Vital Space (Vitale Ruimte)Wielinga, H.E. Vital Space (Vitale Ruimte) In: The Power of Network Approaches (De kracht van netwerkbenadering) (2006): Poorthuis, A.M. (red) Assen: Van Gorcum. pp 109-117.
Book chapter. Dutch language.

2001: Networks as Living TissueWielinga, H.E. (2001): Networks as Living Tissue: A Study on Knowledge, Leadership and the Role of Government in Dutch Agriculture since 1945 (Netwerken als levend weefsel: Een studie naar kennis, leiderschap en de rol van de overheid in de Nederlandse landbouw sinds 1945 PhD Thesis Wageningen University. Uilenreef Publisher, ’s Hertogenbosch.

Mobilizing anger

Reflections for peace builders in the Holy Land from an ecological perspective

Eelke Wielinga

May 2011

               

Is there any hope peace builders could cling to?

The peace workers I met in Bethlehem during my first visit to Israel and Palestine have left a deep impression on me. After returning home I’ve been emotional, angry and worried. I felt a mobilizing kind of anger. These people are operating in a seemingly hopeless situation. It is hard to see outcomes that are acceptable for all parties in the conflict that is still deepening out, and fear at both sides of the border is increasing further every day. Where to find openings? And what is the role of foreigners here?

Wielinga, H.E. (2013): Energie in netwerken
 

Wielinga, H.E. (2007): The Beaver Dam (een sprookje)

Wielinga, H.E. (2009): Networks with Free Actors. In: Paffarini, C., Santucci, F. (2009f): Theory and practice of advisory work in times of turbulences.  Proceedings of the 19th ESEE, September 2009, Assissi, Italy. University of Perugia, and INEA. (download powerpoint)