Sandakerveien 130 (kart)
1 og 2. etasje
How can we combine a sustainable environmental development of cities with a socially just and inclusive development?
In this webinar, Kristin Bergtora Sandvik maps out global trends in 'Covid-19 law', including criminal law, welfare legislation and the human rights framework, with a view to draw out key lessons for global health.
Will digital innovations introduced during the crisis lead to more digital surveillance post-pandemic? Does their use advance the interests of private tech companies at the expense of the public interest?
At the 2020 Asianet conference, we focus on the Asian sustainability challenge.
What are drivers, transitions and pathways out of Venezuela’s crisis?
When a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine is developed, will it be a “peoples vaccine” produced in time and scale, affordably priced, and available for all countries and all people?
For Muslims the ummah is arguably more powerful than Western liberalism because it taps into Muslims' universalist identity as both individual and part of a collective, a broader community beyond nations and time.
Camilla Skjelsbæk Gramstad comes to SUM to talk about how sustainability plays a role in her job at Virke.
Master Jostein Jakobsen ved Institutt for kulturstudier og orientalske språk vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden ph.d.: India in the Contemporary Food Regime: The State, Struggles and Uneven Integration.
I India planter bønder mais som aldri før. Men maisen skal ikke spises, i hvert fall ikke lokalt. Hvorfor dyrker de den da? Og hva kan den raskt økende dyrkningen av mais lære oss om forholdet mellom indisk jordbruk og global kapitalisme?
What underlying logics, interests and evidence have fed into the Norwegian response to the covid-19 pandemic both in Norway and globally? Please join us for this webinar with Frode Forland, Specialist Director at the Norwegian Public Health Institute.
Just about the only thing we can all agree on these days is that we are, around the world, swimming in untruth. But how did we get to this point? And is the problem really new?
In this ASIANET: fokus seminar, Simon Springer examines the plight of homeless peoples in Phnom Penh, Cambodia as a consequence of their enmeshment in a new logic of urban governance being effected by city officials and municipal planners.
Elisabeth Riise Jensen comes to SUM to talk about how sustainability plays a role in her job at the environmental NGO Framtiden i våre hender.
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Polarized polities around the world are suffering democratic erosion. In this seminar Jennifer McCoy will present a volume published with Murat Somer based on a comparative case study of the emergence of pernicious polarization, meaning the division of societies into mutually distrustful “Us vs. Them” camps.
Adam Curtis comes to SUM to talk about how sustainability plays a role in his job at the rooftop garden initiative Nabolagshager.
Our Annual Lecture for 2020 features Professor in Human Geography Jonathan Rigg. He will speak about his research on agrarian conditions and transformations in Asia.
In this breakfast seminar in the Cities and Societies series, Professor Harald Rohracher from Linköping University will give a presentation based upon material from three Swedish cities which have set up ‘smart city’ experiments and pilot projects.
Emma Bersvendsen comes to SUM to talk about how sustainability plays a role in her job at the Norwegian Government Security and Service Organisation.
How and why do global health donors engage with faith-based organizations to implement projects? In this Global Health Unpacked seminar, Sibylle Herzig van Wees will analyze the modalities and implications of donor engagement of faith-based organization in the health sector in Cameroon.
We invite you to travel in a low-carbon and engaging way from Oslo to the SDG Conference Bergen in February 2020.
CIENS og Include inviterer til frokostseminar om inkluderende energiomstilling: temaer, perspektiver og erfaringer fra tidligere forskning
Questions of agrarian transformation have been a staple of the social sciences since its early days, and they remain crucial in the twenty-first century.