Part of a Book – Chapter

  • R. Van Voorst & D.J.M. Hilhorst (2018). Key Points of Interactive Research: An Ethnographic Approach to Risk. In A. Olofsson & J.O. Zinn (Eds.), Researching Risk and Uncertainty. Methodologies, Methods and Research Strategies (Critical Studies in Risk and Uncertainty) (pp. 53-77). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst (2018). Arenas. In T Allen, A MacDonald & H Radice (Eds.), Humanitarianism: A Dictionary of Concepts (pp. 30-51). London: Routledge
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst, B. Weijs & G. van der Haar (2017). Facing Fragilities: The socially embedded nature of socio-economic recovery. In D.J.M. Hilhorst, B. Weijs & G. van der Haar (Eds.), People, Aid and Institutions in Socio-economic Recovery: Facing Fragilities (Routledge Humanitarian Studies) (pp. 1-19). London: Routledge Eartscan
  • C.I. Wakenge & D.J.M. Hilhorst (2017). Emergency or Durable Solution? Coltan Mining and Cooperatives in Northern Katanga (DRC). In D Hilhorst, B. Weijs & G. van der Haar (Eds.), People, Aid and Institutions in Socio-economic Recovery: Facing Fragilities (Routledge Humanitarian Studies) (pp. 82-99). London: Routledge Eartscan
  • R. Twijnstra & D.J.M. Hilhorst (2017). Blind Spots: Domestic Entrepreneurship and Private-sector Development in South-Sudan.In D.J.M. Hilhorst, B. Weijs & G. van der Haar (Eds.), People, Aid and Institutions in Socio-economic Recovery: Facing Fragilities (Routledge Humanitarian Studies) (pp. 119-137). Abington, Oxon, UK: Routledge
  • W. Wairimu, M.A. Slingerland & D.J.M. Hilhorst (2017). Aid under Contestation: public works, labour and community-based food security programming in post-conflict northern Uganda. In D.J.M. Hilhorst, B. Weijs & G. van der Haar (Eds.), People, Aid and Institutions in Socio-economic Recovery: Facing Fragilities (Routledge Humanitarian Studies) (pp. 156-173). Abington, Oxon, UK: Routledge
  • P.M. Kyamusugulwa, J. Cuvelier & D.J.M. Hilhorst (2017). Labour mobilisation: The case of Tushiriki (DRC). In D.J.M. Hilhorst, B. Weijs & G. van der Haar (Eds.), People, Aid and Institutions in Socio-economic Recovery: Facing Fragilities (pp. 138-156). London: Routledge
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst (2015). Taking accountability to the next level. In On the road to Istanbul: How can the World Humanitarian Summit make humanitarian response more effective? (Humanitarian Accountability Report, 2015) (pp. 104-112) Geneva: CHS Alliance
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst, G. Andriessen, L. Kemkens & L. Weijers (2013). Doing good/being nice? Aid legitimacy and mutual imaging of aid workers and aid recipients. In D. HIlhorst (Ed.), (Routledge humanitarian studies : 1) (pp. 258-274) London and New York: Routledge Humanitarian studies
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst (2013). Disaster, Conflict and Society in Crisis Everyday politics of crisis response. In D. HIlhorst (Ed.), (Routledge humanitarian studies : 1) (pp. 1-15) London and New York: routledge Humanitarian studies
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst & B.J. Jansen (2013). Humanitarian space as arena: A perspective on the everyday politics of aid. In D. Hilhorst (Ed.), (Routledge Humanitarian Studies Series : 1) (pp. 187-204) London and New York: Routledge
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst, L. Weijers & M. van Wessel (2013). Aid Relations and Aid Legitimacy: mutual imaging of aid workers and recipients in Nepal. In A.M. Fechter (Ed.), (pp. 53-72) London: Routledge
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst & E.P.M. Heijmans (2012). University research’s role in reducing disaster risk. In B. Wisner, J.C. Gaillard & I. Kelman (Eds.), (pp. 739-749) Oxon/New York: Routledge
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst & B.J. Jansen (2012). Human rights and humanitarian action. In I. Boerefijn, L. Henderson, R. Janse & R. Weaver (Eds.), (pp. 269-286) Cambridge: Intersentia
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst & G.J. van Uffelen (2011). Menselijke factor grootste struikelblok. In M Senten (Ed.), (4) (pp. 10-15) NWO / Quest
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst & B.J. Jansen (2010). Humanitaire ruimte als arena: een perspectief op de alledaagse praktijk. In D. Dijkzeul & J. Herman (Eds.), (pp. 123-156) Gent: Academia Press
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst & M. van Leeuwen (2009). Grounding local peace organizations: a case study of Southern Sudan. In (Non-state actors in international law. Politics and Governance Series) (pp. 75-95) Surrey: Ashgate
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst (2008). Development, Gender, and the Revolution: Everyday Politics of Gordillera NGO’s. In R. Rutten (Ed.), (Governance and Political Change) (pp. 188-232) Manila, Philippines: Ateneo De Manila University Press
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst (2008). Understanding and Guiding Reconstruction Processes. In S.J.H. Rietjens & M.T.I.B. Bollen (Eds.), (pp. 111-121) England: Ashgate Publishing Limited
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst (2008). Hoe natuurlijk zijn natuurrampen? In T. Dietz, F. den Hertog & H. van der Wusten (Eds.), (pp. 233-238) Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst & M. Helmer (2007). Disaster Risk Reduction: shifting the perspective. In P. Hoebink (Ed.),(pp. 171-185) Assen: Van Gorcum
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst (2007). The art of NGO-ing: everyday practices as key to understanding development NGOs. In P Opoku-Mensah, D Lewis & T Tvedt (Eds.), (pp. 297-325) Aalborg: Aalborg University Press
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst (2007). Victims, right holders, clients or citizens? The recipient side of the Tsunami response. In P. Hoebink (Ed.), (pp. 45-54) Assen: Van Gorcum
  • B. Schennink, D.J.M. Hilhorst, C. van der Borgh & G. van der Haar (2006). Working on peace building and conflict prevention: Reflection on the findings. In B. Schennink & G. van der Haar (Eds.), Working on peace building and conflict prevention (pp. 203-217). Amsterdam: Dutch University Press
  • N. Douma & D.J.M. Hilhorst (2006). ‘Are we making a difference?’ Cordaid policy and practice in addressing complex political emergencies: the case of Sudan. In B. Schennink & G. van der Haar (Eds.),(pp. 47-84) Amsterdam: Dutch University Press
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst & M. van Leeuwen (2005). Global peacebuilders and local conflict: the feminization of peace in Southern Sudan. In T Davids & F van Driel (Eds.), (pp. 93-108) Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst & M. van Leeuwen (2004). Rethinking the relation between relief and development: Villagisation in Rwanda. In Ph. Essed, G. Frerks & J. Schrijvers (Eds.), (Studies in Forced Migration : 13) (pp. 179-190) Oxford: Berghahn Books
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst & G.E.A. Bankoff (2004). Introduction: Mapping vulnerability. In G. Bankoff, G. Frerks & D. Hilhorst (Eds.), (pp. 1-9) London: Earthscan
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst (2004). Complexity and diversity: unlocking social domains of disaster response. In G Bankoff, G. Frerks & D. Hilhorst (Eds.), (pp. 52-66) London: Earthscan
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst (2004). Indigenous identity, conflict and conflict resolution. In J. Carino & V. Tauli (Eds.),(pp. 83-89) Baguio City: Tebtebba Foundation
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst & N. Schmiemann (2003). Humanitarian principles of medecins sans-frontieres, Holland. In L. Roper, J. Petitt & D. Eade (Eds.), (Development in Practice Reader series) (pp. 316-332) Oxford: IDS/OXFAM
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst (2001). Negotiating the meaning of organisation: The importance of social network analysis’. In (pp. 281-298)
  • D.J.M. Hilhorst (1997). Discourse Formation in Social Movements. Issues of Collective Action. In H. de ; Long, N. Haan (Ed.), (pp. 121-149) Assen: Van Gorcum