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Join the Center for Displacement, Migration, and Integration (MIX) inter-disciplinary conference on June 6-7 in Nordkraft, Aalborg. This time – leave the academic paper reading in the hindsight, and join the conversations and open discussions about how service design, health services, urban planning, and energy planning affect the future of migration.
06.06.2023 - 07.06.2023
Social science and humanities have dominated discussions about displacement, migration and integration for good reasons. The discussions frequently revolve around political systems, language, national identity, welfare systems, human rights of refugees and migrants, and cultural issues. But what happens if we include technical sciences, design studies, health science and architecture in the discussions? Can we produce new questions and new insights? Can we begin to imagine new solutions to the challenges raised by displacement, migration and integration? Can we ‘see’ something that we did not understand before? This conference will address these questions through a host of panels that all transcend normal disciplinary boundaries to elicit a different kind of dialogue.
If you have any questions regarding the conference, please contact Liene Ulmane at email@example.com.
MIX - Center for Displacement, Migration and Integration, Department of Politics and Society & Department of Sociology and Social Work, Aalborg University
Nordkraft, Kjellerups Torv 1, Room 4.3.02, 9000 Aalborg
26.05.2023 kl. 12.00
09.06.2023 kl. 09.00 - 10.06.2023 kl. 18.00
2021 was the 16th consecutive year of decline in global freedom. Such, at least, is the verdict given by Freedom in the World, the flagship journal of the NGO ‘Freedom House’. Rather than harvesting the democratic gains expected from the fall of the USSR, the Arab Spring, and the expansion of the EU, we find ourselves in the midst of a resurgence of autocracy – a resurgence whose devastating consequences we are currently witnessing in real time in Ukraine. The sudden dramatic exposure to autocracy in the form of Putin’s invasion should not, however, obscure the fact that the current rise of autocracy is a world-wide phenomenon. All around the world, we find the upsurge of similar rhetoric: democratic institutions are too feeble and too inefficient to handle a crisis, and only a strong leader, unfettered by constitutional constraints, can guarantee peace and security. If we want to safeguard our societies from autocracy, we must first interrogate the rhetoric used to legitimise it.
15.06.2023 kl. 12.00 - 16.06.2023 kl. 15.00
In this two-day workshop, taking place in Aalborg on the 15th and 16th of June 2023, we would like to discuss the numerous contemporary breaks and continuities in the meaning of citizenship, especially – but not exclusively – under the impact of recent events.
Fredrik Bajers Vej 7K
9220 Aalborg Ø
Telefon: 9940 9940
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