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  • Meet student blogger Anita

    [12 Oct 2017] Global studies master¿s student Anita Mureithi, from Nairobi, Kenya, has been chosen by the Swedish Institute to be a student ambassador for education in Sweden.

  • What kind of development is required in today's world?

    [4 Oct 2017] The School of Global Studies and Centre on Global Migration (CGM) will host the next biennial Development Research Conference on August 22-23, 2018. Rethinking Development is the theme of the conference, and call for panels is now open.

  • New national research programme on migration and integration

    [18 Aug 2017] The Swedish government has given the Swedish Research Council the task of establishing a ten year national research programme on the subject of migration and integration.

  • Vacancies: 1 postdoctoral position in design, craft and society with a focus on migration

    [8 Jun 2017] The Academy of Design and Crafts (HDK) and School of Global Studies (SGS) are looking for a postdoctoral candidate to conduct research on the relationship between design/craft and migration studies. HDK and SGS with this announcement are looking for meeting points between design, craft and migration studies. We are interested in post-doctoral proposals that combine perspectives, methods and forms of dissemination from design/craft and migration studies. HDK and SGS are in particular interested in research that combines theoretical, empirical and artistic practices and research outcomes that combine article publications and artistic expressions such as artefacts, documentation of interventions, exhibitions and the like. The research is conducted at HDK and SGS as well as within the Centre on Global Migration (CGM). Employment is for a limited period of two years. The application deadline is August 15 2017.

  • Rape as a War Strategy

    [18 May 2017] Rape is a powerful strategy, used to create trauma and insecurity, during conflicts. A combination of gender ideologies, traditionally accepted gender roles and gender power relations help to understand sexual violence during conflict. Besides women, men and boys are also survivors of sexual violence¿both as victims and as ¿forced perpetrators¿. Gender in Sweden reports from a seminar with Dr. Denis Mukwege, human rights activist and an interview with Maria Stern, Professor in Peace and Development Studies.


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