The Aarebrot Lecture: Economic Equality and Inequality

Digital Platform adn Det Akademiske Kvarter Olav Kyrres gate 49, Bergen, Norway

The Aarebrot Lecture is an annual lecture at the University of Bergen held in the memory of Professor Frank Aarebrot. This year's lecture will be held by Karl Ove Moene on economic equality and inequality.

SDG Conference Bergen 2024

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The annual SDG Conference in Bergen, organized by the University of Bergen, will take place between the 7th and 9th of February. The theme for this year's conference is The […]

Tackling the Rise of Illiberalism

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Day Zero (7 February 2024) marks the first day of the SDG Bergen Conference. The day offers free, hybrid (in-person and digital) opportunities for workshops, debates, exhibitions related to the SDGs. The conference is running under the theme “The role of universities in transformative change” and GRIP will host a session called “Tackling the Rise of Illiberalism“.

Political Participation and Democracy in CEE

Robinson College, Cambridge

Contribution to BASEES Annual Conference GRIP is contributing to the The British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES) annual conference 2024 taking place it the Robinson College, Cambridge […]

ANNUAL GRIP LECTURE: Politics of Inequality and the Illiberal Right

Ulrikes aula and Zoom Professor Keysers gate 1, Bergen, Vestland

The Politics of Inequality and the Rise of the Illiberal Right: A Global Perspective   The second Annual GRIP Lecture  will be given on Wednesday April 24 by the distinguished […]

Free

ANNUAL GRIP SYMPOSIUM: Politics of Inequality and Illiberal Right

NG5, Søndre Allmenning 1 Nygårdsgaten 5, Bergen, Norway

The Politics of Inequality and the Rise of Illiberal Right: Global Perspective   Join us for the Annual GRIP Symposium on The Politics of Inequality and The Rise of the […]

Free
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