WEBINAR: Security & Diplomacy in a Digital Age

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An online dialogue - 0.5 hours presentations and 1 hour Q&A - 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time, Wednesday, June 12, 2019 Register here Security & Diplomacy in a Digital Age: Is the World Stepping Closer to a Nuclear War? Event Information: This webinar looks at the rapidly changing nature of global security challenges and the way in which the...
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Fighting Climate Change: Grass-Root Initiatives

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Fighting Climate Change: How Grass-Root Initiatives Drive Change - From Student Strikes to the Extinction Rebellion May 14th, 10:00 am (PT) - 7pm (G MT+2) Register here This webinar and online discussion looks at responses to climate change as an increasingly pressing policy issue. With the view to the lack of decisive action from governments...
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Full summary of the event 'Public Debates in Turbulent Times: Academia and Media'

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Check out our event summary with pictures, program details and short information about the participants: Public Debates in Turbulent Times: Academia and Media, March 19 - 20, 2019 Victoria, BC . This was the second event that the EUCAnet team organized for the MSEUCA project. While the first event focused on questions surrounding “Expert...
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Unlocking borders like smartphones - Blog contribution

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Linda Tippkaemper, Marie Skłodowska-Curie PhD Fellow, Université Sorbonne Paris Cité Unlocking borders like smartphones – Can digital identities fill a void in the global governance of mobility? Whenever I check-in my bag at an airport and it eventually disappears, I always wonder for a moment how it is going to travel through those dark tunnels...
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Negotiating identities and histories

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Negotiating identities and histories through monuments and memorial landscapes Blog contribution by Julianna Nielsen, undergraduate student in the departments of history and political science at the University of Victoria, Canada. Border walls and fences—as physical and discursive boundaries between ‘here’ and ‘there,’ ‘us’ and ‘them’—construct...
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