18 March 2020, @ 15:00 CMES, Lund University, Finngatan 16 Please register here: firstname.lastname@example.org [...]
CMES affiliated fellow, Joshka Wessels, talked about her book “Documenting Syria; Revolution, Filmmaking and Video Activism” recently published by IB Tauris/Bloomsbury. [...]
Längtan efter att få forska fritt och chansen att ge sin dotter en bra skolgång fick Pinar Dinc att lämna Turkiet. Det är en resa som inte är över än. [...]
March 18, at 15-18
A Panel Discussion: Raison d'État in the “New” Turkey
April 2, at 12-13
How sustainable are projects? Who are they sustainable for? What is sustainability?
International development is a huge industry with a very large economic turnover. Donor countries invest in receiving countries, most often in terms of thematic projects that follow current agendas and priorities, where for ages long term sustainability has been a keyword. A project is often evaluated mid-term and at the end, to make sure that funding has been and is, used appropriately, and that the project objectives have been reached. But how sustainable are projects? Who are they sustainable for? What is sustainability?
Feb 4, at 12-13
Natives’ Use of Urban Public Spaces following Large Refugee Influx: A Concept Development
Feb 12, at 16-17
Documenting Syria; Revolution, Filmmaking and Video Activism - book talk by Joshka Wessels
During her talk Joshka will screen exclusive and rare film material covering the history of Syrian documentary film from the 1970 until today. FIKA will be served at 15 45.