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Webinar "Who Is to Blame, and What Is to Be Done? Russian Orthodox Framing of Abortion Rights"
Open Lecture with Rebecca Thorburn Stern. Migrant Children: A Rights-Based Perspective
In this talk, Rebecca Thorburn Stern discusses what it means to apply a rights-based perspective on migrant children, children in forced migration in particular, and the consequences this might have, for example, in the assessment of the right to international protection.
Book Launch: The Cambridge Companion to Legal Positivism
The book will be presented at the annual IVR conference, which this year carries the title: Reflections on the Law – Perils, Potentials, Perspectives.
#ISP60years webinar: Shedding light on the living world: AFSIN effort related to light technologies for a sustainable development
In 2021 ISP (International Science Programme) at Uppsala University celebrates its 60th Anniversary with webinars and events.
Roundtable ”Women's Day Demonstrations in Almaty: A Roundtable by Organizers of March 8th Events”
Book Release: Svartskalle – en svensk historia
Book release: Svartskalle - A Swedish History
Webinar: Parades in the Year of Covid: Russia’s Commemorations of World War Two in 2020
Webinar "The Legitimation Strategies of the Putin System 2020-2021: Top-down Initiatives, Political Performances and Popular Responses"
The event will be held on Zoom https://uu-se.zoom.us/j/66595052408
Philosophy Tea - John Maynard Keynes, The Economic Consequences of the Peace
This spring Professor Peter Wallensteen and Lecturer Daniel Ogden will continue their popular Philosophy Tea talks.
Streets of gold: The role of geography in immigrant assimilation in the United States
Leah Boustan, professor of Economics at Princeton University, will hold the tenth Uppsala Lecture in Housing and Urban Research. Due to the Corona pandemic, the lecture Streets of gold will be held as a digital event via Zoom. Please pre-register via the link below.
Matariki Lecture: Virus-X - exploring the structural and functional diversity of the Virosphere
In this lecture, the key methods and challenges involved in establishing the pipeline from collecting virus samples to analysing the structures and functions of the encoded enzymes will be presented. The potential of Virus-X products will be highlighted with specific examples of applications in Covid19 detection technologies.