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Due to COVID-19 the renowned Conference on Street-level Research in the Employment and Social Policy Area is postponed until 2022.
With a new American President and Administration there is an opportunity to recalibrate or fine-tune U.S. strategy for China to reflect today’s reality.
As of 1 April 2021, Caitlin McMullin is employed as an associate professor at the Department of Politics and Society. Caitlin will be member of Centre for Organization, Management and Administration (COMA) and she will be teaching at study programmes in public administration, organization studies and digitalization.
Event title: How to make sense of Lebanon’s protest movement and its aftermath. Event date: 31 March 2021, 18:30 to 20:00.
Conference theme: "Global Asylum Governance and the EU's role". Conference date: 22 March 2021
Does information save migrants’ lives?
This book draws together leading experts to examine the key issues in China-EU relations. The book is edited by Professor Li Xing, Development and International Relations (DIR).
Recently, Pauline Stoltz, associate professor at FREIA - Centre for Gender Research, was elected as a member of the Board of the ATGENDER association.
Two podcasts by Pauline Stoltz on gender, resistance and transnational memories of violent conflicts.
Feminisms in the Nordic Region - Neoliberalism, Nationalism and Decolonial Critique is a new edited volume that recently was published by Palgrave Macmillan.
As of 1 February 2021 Jeppe Trautner is employed as a part-time lecturer at the Department of Politics and Society. Jeppe will be teaching at European Studies / Development and International Relations, and Politics & Administration, mainly 7th and 8th semester. He will be focusing on (European) defence and security.
Four researchers from Centre for Comparative Welfare Studies (CCWS) have published a new book studying – among many other questions – whether migrants in Denmark retain the attitudes and values that are prevalent in their countries of origin or not.