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Other "Sweden Alumni Events" worldwide
Apart from events organized by Uppsala University, our alumni volunteers and our alumni chapters worldwide, there are also a number of "Sweden Alumni Events" taking place each year all over the world.
Art exhibition FRAGILE | September 8 – December 20
Filmmaker Mervi Junkkonen’s video art exhibition FRAGILE is based on her interviews with refugees about trauma, displacement and identity. The exhibition features of a series of video installations that reflect on the physical and emotional consequences of these experiences.
Open Tuesdays & Thursdays 1 p.m –5 p.m. and some weekends, visit the museums website for details.
Welcome to an introduction to Python, a programming language largely used in science and technology. It is easy tp read, easy to learn and builds on a large community of users.This workshop gives an introduction to Python and time to practice. Bring your own computer.
The World on Paper - Autumn half term at Gustavianum
Maps are in focus during the half term holiday. Linnéa Krylén, illustrator and author of children's books, reveals the secret world of maps, where there are explorers who wanted to be first, researchers who found what they where looking for, and others who did not. Workshops offer the opportunity to learn to read maps and to make your own.
‘Hybrid Censorship’ During the ‘Hybrid War’: Freedom of Speech and Expression in the Post-Euromaidan Ukraine
Recently Ukrainian authorities have been criticized by international watchdogs for the decline of freedom of speech and of the media. The issue has split Ukrainian civil society in two parts with one firmly standing for unrestrained freedom of speech, while the other tending to justify the need to protect themselves from the various actors that have increasingly learned how to use (dis)information