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Globalization in a Time of Far-Right Populism

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What does the current rise of far-right populism mean for globalization? Should we adjust to the new nationalism? Or should we reaffirm liberal globalism? What are the opportunities or challenges ahead of us?

What does the current rise of far-right populism mean for globalization? Should we adjust to the new nationalism? Or should we reaffirm liberal globalism? What are the opportunities or challenges ahead of us?

Lecturer: Eyassu Gayim Associate Professor at the School of Global Studies who specializes in international human rights law and been responsible for courses including Human rights; Globalization: key concepts; and Economic development and international cooperation in Africa. Jan Scholte Faculty Professor in Peace and Development at the School of Global Studies. He is the author of Globalization: A Critical Introduction, Building Global Democracy, and New Rules for Global Justice. Linda Lane Senior Lecturer at the Department of Social Work. Her research interests are gender, work and family life, education and social policy. Åsa Smith Senior Lecturer at the Department of Education, Communication & Learning. A UK-trained social anthropologist, she has carried out research namely on the social networks of unaccompanied asylum seeker children in London, and the social survival strategies among undocumented refugee children in Sweden. Moderator Edmé Domínguez

Date: 3/30/2017

Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Categories: Social Sciences

Location: Annedalseminariet, Seminariegatan 1 A
204

Contact person: On the Margins

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