Navigating Green Finance: Challenges and Opportunities Explored at SDG Conference
Universities on the Frontlines: Tackling the Rise of Illiberalism
Insidious Capital. Frontlines of Value at the End of a Global Cycle
Call for Contributions: Imaging Illiberalism
Climate Inequality: The Stark Realities and the Road to Equitable Solutions
Revealing Global Inequalities and Corruption
Crisis of Care: A Mobility Perspective.
The Politics of Solidarity: Explaining Real Universalism
A Care Crisis in the Nordic Welfare State?
A Crisis of Care in the Nordics
Global South Scholars Discuss Inequality and Legal Change at Bergen Exchanges
Rethinking “surplus populations”: Theory from the peripheries
Complex Realities: Alpa Shah on Poverty, Inequality, and Democracy in India
Exploring the Care Crisis in the Nordics
Decolonisation and the Pursuit of Human Dignity: A Keynote Address by Divine Fuh
Why Some Development Works. Understanding Success.
Sustainability, Poverty and Development Science in Argentina in the 21st Century (in spanish)
Unmasking Inequality: Labour Unions vs. Authoritarian Regimes
Decolonising African Knowledge Systems: A Conversation with Divine Fuh
Listening to Papenreye – the soundscape of an urban asylum camp
Reflecting on the Law and Society Association Conference 2023
Decolonising Suffering: On Precarity and New Imaginative Subjectivities
Suffering, Precarity & Imaginative Subjectivities: Insights from Divine Fuh’s Seminar
Labour Unions Against Authoritarianism: Insights from a Round Table Discussion
The Temporary Residence of ‘St. Bazile’ and The Boat to Be as Sites for Speculating about the Future
A new collaboration with South-South Network
The GRIP Annual Lecture 2023: “200 Years of Socialism: Revisiting the Old Dilemmas”
Exploring Inequality Through Visual Art: The Imaging Inequality Project 2022
Global Working Class in Focus: GRIP Annual Lecture Explores the Legacy of 200 Years of Socialism
Academic Workshop Explores the Complexities of Socialism and Labour Movements
Tackling Inequality Through Taxation of the Wealthy: A Call to Action – Reflecting on the Oxfam Report “Survival of the Richest”
From Crisis to Change: Oxfam’s Report on Wealth Disparities and the Road to Equality
Unequal Worlds #16
Shifting Power for a New Eco-Social Contract: Tackling Global Inequality
Unequal Worlds #15
Citizenship By the People?
Unequal Worlds #13
Indigenous Perspective on Climate Change and Decolonial Learning
The Annual Lecture on the rights of indigenous peoples highlighted the importance of acknowledging traditional knowledge and aligning indigenous voices with policymaking and research.
The How of just transformation: SDG Conference Bergen 2023
The session sought to address questions on How can we address the fundamental flaw of capitalism when it comes to redistributing wealth between rich and poor?
SDG Conference Bergen 2023: Examining the Path to Sustainability
The recent SDG Conference Bergen at the University of Bergen was a momentous event addressing challenges of the Agenda 2030 and gathering over 1 500 participants from 117 countries.