The Danida funded research project on Innovation and Renewable Electrification in Kenya (IREK) came to an end in 2021 and the process culminated with the publication by Routledge of a new book called ‘Building Innovation Capabilities for Sustainable Industrialisation. Renewable Electrification in Developing Economies’. Elena Adamo interviewed the authors, Margrethe Holm Andersen, Rebecca Hanlin, Rasmus Lema and Charles Nzila, about why they wrote the book.
New book about innovation and renewable electrification in Kenya
Margrethe Holm Andersen from GRS - Global Refugee Studies is co-editor of the new book ‘Building Innovation Capabilities for Sustainable Industrialisation. Renewable Electrification in Developing Economies’
Last modified: 04.03.2022
Lebanese election sees significant gains for independent non-sectarian politicians
In this piece, Associate Professor Tamirace Fakhoury of the GRS research group at Aalborg University and Professor John Nagle at Queen's University Belfast provide insights into the linkages between recent elections and the politics of sectarianism in Lebanon.
Human rights protection from below
How do victims and survivors of human rights abuses try to protect themselves and how do their strategies resonate with international human rights law?
Researching memories and narratives
A PhD course on memories and narratives turned into a highly appreciated discussion about how to analyze these in different types of data.
New postdoc: Søren Christian Krogh
As of 15 May 2022, Søren Christian Krogh will join FREIA - Center for Gender Research as a Postdoc.
New project - Feminist movements revitalizing Democracy in Europe
“FIERCE - Feminist movements revitalizing Democracy in Europe“ is the title of an upcoming research project hosted at Department of Politics and Society AAU.
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