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  • Finding constructive solutions for reducing car traffic in Gothenburg: new project

    [15 Jun 2018] The School of Global Studies¿ Sofie Hellberg, who holds a PhD in peace and development research, has been awarded SEK 2.8 million from the Swedish Energy Agency, for her new project 'Reduction of car use in Gothenburg: a prerequisite for combating climate change, but how?' The project will commence in 2019 and run for a period of three years.

  • Four new professors at the School of Global Studies

    [4 Jun 2018] The University of Gothenburg welcomed 43 new professors at a festive ceremony at the Gothenburg Concert Hall on May 25, including four new professors at the School of Global Studies: Maris Gillette, Annica Kronsell, Mona Lilja and Isabell Schierenbeck.

  • More Swedish universities are ready to welcome researchers that live under threat

    [22 May 2018] The Scholars at Risk network is growing, both worldwide and within Sweden. Four Swedish universities are now ready to host researchers that are under threat in their home countries.

  • Untold Unheard Vulnerable Refugees - Art Exhibition with works by vulnerable minority refugee groups

    [15 May 2018] The Museum of World Culture hosts the exhibition, which is a part of the "Gilgamesh project: Untold experiences of vulnerable refugees". In the exhibition, refugee/migrant artists exhibit their artwork about the suffering of their people, the experiences of forced migration, trauma and war. A workshop by the same research project was hosted by the Centre on Global Migration in September 2017.

  • STUDENT: Alumni Day, Thursday 17 May

    [14 May 2018] Welcome to SGS' next Alumni Day. Former students here at SGS will come to talk about their studies and careers, and there will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions. WHERE: Linnésalen (in the JMG building), Campus Linné WHEN: 17 May 16.00 ¿ ca 18, with refreshments and mingel afterwards. HOW: There is no need to sign up for the event, but the number of seats are limited.


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