Tag: Michelle Pace

“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 […]

Prof Michelle Pace successfully organised and participated as a speaker at the conference “Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the Danish Labour Market: Challenges and Opportunities”​

Prof Michelle Pace successfully organised and participated as a speaker at the conference “Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the Danish Labour Market: Challenges and Opportunities”​

Prof Michelle Pace successfully organised and participated as a speaker in a two-day conference on “Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the Danish Labour Market: Challenges and Opportunities”​, October 5-6, 2020. More on the research project: What opportunities and challenges are associated with the integration of […]

“Gaza: Arts of Resilience and Hope in the Midst of Despair” by Haim Yacobi, Michelle Pace, Ziad Abu Mustafa, Marian Noaman is now available on youtube!

“Gaza: Arts of Resilience and Hope in the Midst of Despair” by Haim Yacobi, Michelle Pace, Ziad Abu Mustafa, Marian Noaman is now available on youtube!

The Video “Gaza: Arts of Resilience and Hope in the Midst of Despair” by Haim Yacobi, Michelle Pace, Ziad Abu Mustafa, Marian Noaman is now available on youtube! Watch now at the The Bartlett Development Planning Unit channel.

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What is the role of art and artists in an extreme case of violence such as in Gaza, and what can we learn from Gazan artists about hope and resilience?

These are the key questions that we explore in this video and the panel that will follow as a continuation of our research on health and violence in Gaza. The form of slow violence in Gaza operated by Israel seems to be forgotten but the people of the Gaza Strip continue to live without free access to the outside world. Years of protracted humanitarian crisis have all but exhausted the resilience of the two million Gazans. In the midst of chaos and despair there remains hope, particularly expressed in Gazan art.

Book your place: “Gaza: Arts of Resilience and Hope in the Midst of Despair” – 05 May 2021, with Professor Michelle Pace

Book your place: “Gaza: Arts of Resilience and Hope in the Midst of Despair” – 05 May 2021, with Professor Michelle Pace

Exciting event coming up!   Sing up today for the VIRTUAL IAS Festival: “Gaza: Arts of Resilience and Hope in the Midst of Despair”, which will take place on 05 May 2021, 9:30 am–11:00 am, with the participation of Professor Michelle Pace.   The event organised […]

Prof Michelle Pace was a speaker at the Webinar “​Future of Palestine: One State, Two States, No State”, October 2020

Prof Michelle Pace was a speaker at the Webinar “​Future of Palestine: One State, Two States, No State”, October 2020

Prof Michelle Pace was a speaker at the Webinar “​Future of Palestine: One State, Two States, No State”, Danish Institute for International Studies, October 29, 2020. The Webinar is available on Youtube. About the Webinar: How will the Trump plan for solving the Israeli – […]

Prof Michelle Pace and Dr Daniela Huber will speak at the Chatham House event “Europe’s Role in MENA Conflict Zones: A Declining Influence?” on 17 February 2021

Prof Michelle Pace and Dr Daniela Huber will speak at the Chatham House event “Europe’s Role in MENA Conflict Zones: A Declining Influence?” on 17 February 2021

Prof Michelle Pace (Roskilde University) and Dr Daniela Huber (Istituto Affari Internazionali) have been invited to speak at the Chatham House event entitledEurope’s Role in MENA Conflict Zones: A Declining Influence?”. 

The event will take place online on 17 February 2021 at 2:00pm- 3:15pm CET.

This discussion will see panellists explore key issues for European countries about their engagement and role in the MENA region.

Registration is available following this link (registration might be limited to Chatham House members).

More information about the event and the speakers is available at Chatham House.

Prof. Michelle Pace became an Associate Fellow at Chatham House’s Europe Programme

Prof. Michelle Pace became an Associate Fellow at Chatham House’s Europe Programme

From 1 January 2021 Prof. Michelle Pace became an Associate Fellow at Chatham House’s Europe Programme. Prof. Michelle Pace provides analysis on the EU and its southern neighbourhood, European approaches to the Middle East and North Africa/Mediterranean, as well as migration issues. The British Institute […]

Professor Michelle Pace (Roskilde University) participates as a member of the international advisory board of the Khaddit Beirut/Shake Up Beirut initiative

Professor Michelle Pace (Roskilde University) participates as a member of the international advisory board of the Khaddit Beirut/Shake Up Beirut initiative

Professor Michelle Pace participates as a member of the international advisory board at the Khaddit Beirut/Shake Up Beirut initiative, launched in August 2020. More on the initiative: In the wake of the Beirut Blast of August 4th 2020 that has irreversibly altered the daily lives of […]

Professor Michelle Pace was a speaker at the webinar “Settler Colonialism (without Settlers) & Slow Violence in the Gaza Strip”​

Professor Michelle Pace was a speaker at the webinar “Settler Colonialism (without Settlers) & Slow Violence in the Gaza Strip”​

Professor Michelle Pace (Roskilde University) was a speaker at the webinar “Settler Colonialism (without Settlers) & Slow Violence in the Gaza Strip“​ organised by the Middle East Studies Forum at Deakin University, 19 August 2020.

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Professor Michelle Pace was a speaker at the conference “Violence, health and everyday (non)life: Gaza and beyond” (Roskilde University)

Professor Michelle Pace was a speaker at the conference “Violence, health and everyday (non)life: Gaza and beyond” (Roskilde University)

Professor Michelle Pace (Roskilde University), participated in the one-day conference on ​”Violence, health and everyday (non)life: Gaza and beyond” supported by the Wellcome Trust (the Bartlett Synergy Grant) the Department of Social Sciences and Business (Roskilde University) and the Development Planning Unit  (UCL). The conference […]