May 29 at 9:00 AM – May 30
Gotland Game Conference
The GGC 2017 is all about the maturity (or lack thereof?) of modern video game design, which we will explore through the lenses of Sex, Violence, Grief, Empathy and even Human Rights!
Register online and Pay What You Want for access to:
- the full conference program
- student games on the show floor
- the GGC Award Ceremony
- ... and Party!
May 30 at 3:15 PM – 5:00 PM
Trust in post-USSR societies: the role of institutional perception and social engagement
The aims of the presentation are: to outline the main theoretical approaches and findings in social capital studies about transitional post-socialist states, in particular Russia; to discuss how the analysis of such a context could benefit, in theoretical-methodological terms, from the general debate about synergic views and multiscale analyses of social capital accumulation dynamics.
May 31 at 3:15 PM – 5:00 PM
Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka – Issues, Challenges and Prospects
Join us for an Uppsala Forum guest lecture on the topic of “Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka – Issues, Challenges and Prospects” with Professor Ramu Manivannan, University of Madras in Chennai, India.
June 8 – June 9
La reformulation: À la recherche d’une frontière
Institutionen för moderna språk vid Uppsala universitet, i samarbete med Uppsala Forum för Demokrati, Fred och Rättvisa, inbjuder till ett internationellt kollokvium på temat "La reformulation: À la recherche d’une frontière". Evenemanget hålls på franska.
June 12 – June 13
The 3rd Uppsala Workshop on Qualitative Methods
You are kindly invited to attend the 3rd Uppsala Workshop on Qualitative Methods with Professor Carol Lee Bacchi, University of Adelaide, Australia. The workshop is organized by the Department of Government at Uppsala University in cooperation with Uppsala Forum on Democracy, Peace and Justice.