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Following successful conferences in 2015, 2017, 2019, 2022 we are pleased to announce a call for the fifth SLB conference in Copenhagen in June 2024. Gathering some of the most prominent international scholars in the field of street-level research this conference seeks to advance research on the role of street-level organizations in the delivery of welfare state policies.
As of 1 October, 2023 the Department of Politics and Society will have a new postdoc. Laust will be asociated with MIX - The Center for Displacement, Migration and Integration.
Professor Jeppe Agger Nielsen, associate professor Kasper Elmholdt and associate professor Mette Strange Noesgaard made a four-year research study 'Leading Digital Transformation' They have just had the article published in the recognized journal Public Administration Review (PAR)
As of 1 September, 2023 the Department of Politics and Society will have a new research assistant. Viivi will be asociated with GRS - Global Refugee Studies.
As of 1 September, 2023 the Department of Politics and Society will have a new associate professor. Jonathan will be asociated with CCWS - Centre for Comparative Welfare Studies.
Pr. 1. september 2023 startede Victor Krusborg Olesen som virksomhedspraktikant hos forskningsgruppen CARMA ved Institut for Politik og Samfund.
The aim for the conference ‘International Dialogue on the Governance of Refugee Camps’ is to advance interdisciplinary research, and revisit policy models and historical legacies on refugee camp governance. So says Associate Professor Tamirace Fakhoury, Global Refugees Studies, one of the members of the steering committee.
The Journal of European Public Policy (JPP) has selected the article ‘Asymmetric ratification standards and popular perceptions of legitimacy’ as the best paper published in the journal in 2022.
At the MIX conference, “Displacement, migration and integration – out of the silo” issues related to migration were debated. The debate was presented by researchers from different departments and projects at AAU, allowing for multiple problems and possible solutions to occur. It became apparent that to fully understand and solve any struggle we need a holistic approach where social, humanistic, and natural scientists work together.
As of 1 July, 2023 the Regional and International Studies research group (REGIS) will have a new associate professor.
Under the motto "Out of the Silo", the MIX mobilized the resources of the AAU to share insights on the topics of displacement, migration, and integration. For this purpose, various speakers from different disciplines were invited. The academics shared their perspectives on possible problems we face on the topic of migration. The aim was to understand the difficulties that people with a migration background might face and to take the respective discussions out of their limited space.
As of 1 July, 2023 the research group on Political Sociology (PolSoc) will have a new associate professor.