Guest lectures and seminars
In this Global Health Unpacked seminar, pandemic expert Dr. Clare Wenham will discuss the proposed pandemic treaty and why it might not make the world better equipped to tackle future global health crises.
How do consulting firms influence global health politics? In this seminar, Assistant Professor Tine Hanrieder will present research on consulting firms' role in WHO reform and discuss how it raises new questions about WHO's convening power.
Welcome to this seminar on China's role in Africa and Latin America.
Can Artificial Intelligence (AI) provide solutions to multiple challenges of our time? And what is the future of work in the AI era?
Green Frontiers Festival and the Zapffe Prize ceremony.
Featuring the Nobel Prize Winner in Literature, Olga Tokarczuk as the Arne Næss Professor.
What is the impact of the pandemic for how we study and understand change in everyday consumption?
Welcome to this public event on the role of smartphones in health with Daniel Miller, Thomas Hylland Eriksen, and a panel discussion on the role of smartphones in the COVID-19 response.
Welcome to this one-day webinar conference that will explore the multifaceted connections between ‘green extractivism’ and violent conflicts.
Welcome to this international seminar on Europe's alternative futures.
The annual Asianet conference 2022 is hosted by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), in collaboration with the Norwegian Network for Asian Studies.
Welcome to this breakfast seminar on China's role in Africa and Latin America.
Welcome to this hybrid event on the prospects for energy cooperation between Nordic and Latin American countries.
Hvordan produseres kjøtt i dag og hvordan har våre forbruksvaner endret seg? Ny bok forteller en rekke historier om de dramatiske endringene i kjøttforbruket.
Welcome to our new seminar series «Consumption and sustainability». The first speaker is Professor Alan Warde who will discuss the sociology of sustainable consumption.