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Prof Michelle Pace has been nominated as a member of the Management Committee to COST action CA20107 DK

Prof Michelle Pace has been nominated as a member of the Management Committee to COST action CA20107 DK

Prof Michelle Pace has been nominated as a member of the Management Committee to COST action CA20107 DK. More about COST: COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is a funding organisation for research and innovation networks. Our Actions help connect research initiatives across Europe […]

The New York Times: Proposals for offshore asylum processing in the U.K. and Denmark, Prof. Michelle Pace, RUC

The New York Times: Proposals for offshore asylum processing in the U.K. and Denmark, Prof. Michelle Pace, RUC

Prof. Michelle Pace, our EUMENIA partner, was interviewed for The New York Times, on the issue of Proposals for offshore asylum processing in the U.K. and Denmark. Read the article entitled “UK Proposes Asylum Seekers Abroad While Their Cases Are Decided” at The New York Times. […]

The Sunday Times London: interview with Professor Michelle Pace, RUC

The Sunday Times London: interview with Professor Michelle Pace, RUC

Professor Michelle Pace, RUC was interviewed by the The Sunday Times, London. The article entitled “After Jumpers and hygge, ‘cosy racism’ may be Denmark’s next big export” is available at The Sunday Times.

New publication by Prof Michelle Pace “Denmark’s immigrants forced out by government policies” at Chatham House

New publication by Prof Michelle Pace “Denmark’s immigrants forced out by government policies” at Chatham House

Professor Michelle Pace, Associate Fellow, Europe Programme at Chatham House, published a new article entitled “Denmark’s immigrants forced out by government policies: Relocating asylum seekers outside Europe is just the latest extreme measure from Denmark’s Social Democrats”. Details: A new law enabling Denmark to deport […]

“The EU Must Change Vocabulary on Israel-Palestine”: new commentary by Prof Michelle Pace 

“The EU Must Change Vocabulary on Israel-Palestine”: new commentary by Prof Michelle Pace 

Michelle Pace, Professor in Global Studies at Roskilde University and Associate Fellow at Chatham House’s Europe Programme, recently published a commentary at the Instituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) entitled “The EU Must Change Vocabulary on Israel-Palestine“. The article can be directly accessed here (free access). For more information, visit […]

Statement and Event: The Situation in Palestine – Building Solidarity in Danish Academia, Roskilde University (RUC)

Statement and Event: The Situation in Palestine – Building Solidarity in Danish Academia, Roskilde University (RUC)

Statement and Event: The Situation in Palestine – Building Solidarity in Danish Academia, 21 May 2021

Scholars, researchers and educators of the Middle East in Denmark published a Statement of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, Scholars, Researchers, and Educators of the Middle East in Denmark.

Details of the Statement: (by RUC)

“As scholars, researchers and educators of the Middle East and the Arab world in Denmark, we stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people as they face settler colonial violence, bombardment, police brutality and dispossession from their homes and land across historic Palestine – and as we witness the mass mobilisation of the Palestinian people and a global solidarity movement in resistance.

In light of current events, attached is a solidarity statement we have prepared in support of the Palestinian people. The collective statement emerges from the urgent need to make our position on Palestine clear and public. The statement has been signed by a large number of scholars, researchers and educators of the Middle East and the Arab world in Denmark. The statement will be published in the Danish press on Tuesday 25th May”.

Details of the EVENT:

In addition to the statement, an online event has held on Tuesday 25th May at 12pm-1pm open to colleagues, students and the public to learn from the expertise of Middle East and Palestine scholars, researchers, and activists on the current situation, and the ways in which we can take a stand in the face of injustice, in our universities, in Denmark, and as part of an international movement. 

Speakers:

PAACBI (Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel) 

Miriyam Aouragh, Westminister University

Moderator: Sune Haugbølle, Roskilde University

 

The English version of the statement is available here (RUC), together with more details on how to participate.

 

Dr Beste İşleyen elected to the Governing Board of the European International Studies Association

Dr Beste İşleyen elected to the Governing Board of the European International Studies Association

Dr Beste İşleyen  elected to the Governing Board of the European International Studies Association (EISA), Congratulations! EISA promotes interdisciplinary research in international relations in Europe and beyond through a range of activities including Pan-European Conferences (PEC), small-scale symposia for exploratory projects and workshops. Beste İşleyen’s […]

New chapter by Prof Emre İşeri entitled “Energy Governance in Turkey”, in the Handbook of Energy Governance in Europe, Springer, 28 April 2021

New chapter by Prof Emre İşeri entitled “Energy Governance in Turkey”, in the Handbook of Energy Governance in Europe, Springer, 28 April 2021

Prof Emre İşeri  co-authored a chapter with Dr Tuğçe Uygurtürk-Gazel entitled “Energy Governance in Turkey“, in the Handbook of Energy Governance in Europe, Springer, 28 April 2021.   Energy governance has been widely prescribed to address the energy trilemma (i.e., energy security, energy equity, and environmental sustainability) […]

Register now! Dr Daniela Huber will participate on a Webinar “History in the making: resistance, violence and expectations in Palestine and Israel”

Register now! Dr Daniela Huber will participate on a Webinar “History in the making: resistance, violence and expectations in Palestine and Israel”

 
The webinar is co-organised by The Istituto Affari Internazionali, the European University Institute (Florence) and Sciences Po (Paris).
 

Sign up here!

 

Daniela Huber

 

 

Dr Dimitris Bouris has joined the European Security Journal as an associate editor

Dr Dimitris Bouris has joined the European Security Journal as an associate editor

Dr Dimitris Bouris has joined the European Security Journal, Taylor and Francis, as an associate editor. Congratulations!   The European Security Journal publishes critical analyses on European nations and organizations, focusing on security, defense policies, conflict resolution and geopolitics.