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Roundtable Webinar "Ukrainian Regional Elections: post-Maidan decentralisation, Zelensky’s second year and new dynamics in Ukrainian politics"
NB! The event will be held on Zoom. To attend the event please click on the link https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/64633418424
Online Roundtable Discussion "Georgia’s New Parliament and the 2020 Elections: From Hybrid Regime to Fully-fledged Parliamentary Democracy? "
Open Lecture: Law, Science and the Socratic Method
Philosophy Tea - Alva Myrdal - The Game of Disarmament
This winter Professor Peter Wallensteen and Lecturer Daniel Ogden will continue their popular Philosophy Tea talks. Each Philosophy Tea session lasts one hour. The sessions are run in English. Tea and scones will be served. All welcome.
International GIS Day 2020
Come and listen to several lectures on current research with relation to GIS (geographical information systems).
Online mini-workshop: Women in Central Asia – Challenges, Activism and New Perspectives on Empowerment
Webinar "Photographic realism in the context of documentary photography education in Russia and Sweden"
Critical Conversations – Making chocolate 100% slave free
Welcome to an open, online event as part of the series Critical Conversations: Making chocolate 100% slave free with Ynzo van Zanten!
Håvard Hegre, Dag Hammarskjöld Professor of Peace and Conflict Research at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research will hold his lecture about "The future of peace and democracy - what can we know?"