Events

Upcoming Events

19
11
2019
19/11/2019

Towards Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria: The imperative of Regulating Party Defections and Fragmentation for Political Party Institutionalisation

Research Colloquium

With Benjamin Adeniran Aluko

Date: Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Venue: Käte Hamburger Kolleg/Centre for Global Cooperation Research, 1. Floor, Horst-Schimanski-Saal, Schifferstrasse 44, 47059 Duisburg

20
11
2019
20/11/2019

Broken - A Palestinian Journey Through International Law

Further Events

Public Film Screening of the documentary including a subsequent discussion with the director, Mohammed Alatar.

This prize-winning documentary is centred around the wall dividing Israel and Palestine and the people that are affected by this barrier. Despite an advisory opinion by the International Court of Justice deeming the construction of the wall a breach of International Law, the edification will soon come to be finished. The film features responses by people involved in both the construction and contestation of the wall and emphasizes the role of the ICJ in such contentious issues of International Law.

Venue: University of Duisburg-Essen, LX1203, Lotharstraße 63a, 47057 Duisburg

Date: November 20, 2019, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

26
11
2019
26/11/2019

Criminalization of Kindness: the Legality and Politics of Migrant Rescue across the Sahara and the Mediterranean

Research Colloquium

With Volker M. Heins

Date: Tuesday, November 26, 2019, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Venue: Käte Hamburger Kolleg/Centre for Global Cooperation Research, 1. Floor, Horst-Schimanski-Saal, Schifferstrasse 44, 47059 Duisburg

26
11
2019
26/11/2019

Shadow Negotiators: How the UN Shapes the Rules of Global Trade to Protect Food Security

Käte Hamburger Lecture

In the 34th Käte Hamburger Lecture, Dr Matias E Margulis, Lecturer in International Political Economy at the School of Social and Political Science (University of Edinburgh), will shed light on the interlinkages between food security and international trade in global governance.

Fighting hunger is a longstanding goal of international cooperation based on the recognition that hunger is a global problem that cannot be solved by states acting alone. In this talk, Margulis will analyse efforts by international organizations to incorporate human rights and development concerns related to food security into international economic law. Thereby he seeks to demonstrate that multiple United Nations agencies – including the Food and Agriculture Organization, the World Food Programme, and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights – have intervened in global trade rule-making at the World Trade Organization in an effort to steer such rules toward outcomes that protect global food security.

 

Venue: NRW School of Governance, LS Room 105, Lotharstraße 53, 47057 Duisburg

Date: Tuesday, November 26, 2019 6:00-8:00 pm

Please register by November 20, 2019 at events@gcr21.uni-due.de.

Events in the past

13
11
2019
13/11/2019

International Organizations as Technocratic Utopia

Prof. Dr Jens Steffek

Research Colloquium
11
11
2019
11/11/2019

New coalitions of change for just & in-time climate protection?

Käte Hamburger Dialogue
05
11
2019
05/11/2019

Governing the Returns of Displaced Syrians: Actors, Policies, and Consequences

Dr Zeynep Sahin Mencutek

Research Colloquium
30
10
2019
30/10/2019

Is the Paris Agreement Working?

Käte Hamburger Lecture
29
10
2019
29/10/2019

Internet and Social Media

Nicole Krämer

Research Colloquium
23
10
2019
23/10/2019

Was heißt 'liberale Migrationsethik'?

Further Events
15
10
2019
15/10/2019

China's Social Credit System: Producing Social Control as Source for Value Extraction

Julia Musitz

Research Colloquium
08
10
2019
08/10/2019

Power in Humanitarian Governance

Dr Maryam Zarnegar Deloffre

Research Colloquium
17
09
2019
17/09/2019

Blurring Global Epistemic Boundaries: The Invention of Traditional Knowledge in Environmental Governance

Andrés López Rivera

Research Colloquium
03
09
2019
03/09/2019

The Rise of Political Fact-Checking

Laurens Lauer

Research Colloquium
16
07
2019
16/07/2019

Comparing Afghanistan: the ‘Serious World’ and Normative Scaling of Crisis Knowledge

Dr Florian P. Kühn

Research Colloquium
25
06
2019
25/06/2019

The Refugee Crisis in the Mediterranean: Politics and Repercussions on Eastern Europe and the Balkans

Dr Maria Koinova

Research Colloquium
18
06
2019
18/06/2019

Examining the Privatization of Migration: lessons from security studies

Dr Joseph Anderson

Research Colloquium
29
05
2019
29/05/2019

The Political Economy of Knowledge - Focus on Data, Intellectual Property and Trade

Dr Blayne Haggart

Research Colloquium
22
05
2019
22/05/2019

Progress and Regression

Käte Hamburger Lecture

32nd Käte Hamburger Lecture with Rahel Jaeggi

21
05
2019
21/05/2019

Behind Walls and Inside Houses

Dr Katja Freistein, Dr Frank Gadinger, Dr Christine Unrau

Research Colloquium
13
05
2019
13/05/2019

From 'Another world is possible' to 'Our country first'? Populism and Global Cooperation

Käte Hamburger Dialogue

Panellists: Benjamin De Cleen, Daphne Halikiopoulou, Wolfram Kaiser, Taylan Yildiz

Moderator: Christine Unrau

09
05
2019
09/05/2019

Refugia: Towards a New Transnational Polity

Further Events
07
05
2019
07/05/2019

Precarious Ownership of the Internet of Things in the Age of Data

Dr Natasha Tusikov

Research Colloquium
30
04
2019
30/04/2019

Desecuritization of Migration

Stephan Scheel

Research Colloquium
29
04
2019
29/04/2019

Endless Peacebuilding? The Missions in Afghanistan and Mali

Käte Hamburger Dialogue

Keynote Address by Clemens Hach

Panellists: Isaline Bergamaschi, Florian Kühn, Katja Mielke

Moderator: Julia Leininger

Concluding Remarks by Conrad Schetter

26
03
2019
26/03/2019

Migration and Urban Utopias: Past Visions and the Design of the Future City

Käte Hamburger Dialogue

Panellists: Ulrich Berding, Birgit Naujoks, Martin Schlemmer, Christoph Zöpel

Moderator: Aslı Sevindim

16
04
2019
16/04/2019

Visions of World Order in Pan-Africanism

Käte Hamburger Lecture

31st Käte Hamburger Lecture with Rita Abrahamsen

09
04
2019
09/04/2019

GCR21 1st Annual Conference

Conferences

1st Annual Conference

Date: 9th – 10th April 2019

Venue: Gerhard-Mercator-Haus, Lotharstraße 57, 47057 Duisburg

At this conference, the Centre would like to open a dialogue with other projects and agendas at the University Duisburg-Essen and partner institutions which address related topics from different perspectives and might therefore enrich, challenge or re-contextualize our research. These may include historical and contemporary processes of transnationalization, conflicts about global norms and values, global economic and social inequality, institution-building in the Global South, and the rise of regionalism, as well as tensions in specific fields of global governance, such as international migration, transnational labour markets, global health, trade, development cooperation or implications of digitalization.

15
01
2019
15/01/2019

Beyond Institutionalism in Global Governance Theory

Prof. Dr Jan Aart Scholte

Research Colloquium
22
01
2019
22/01/2019

Storytelling Between Interdisciplinary Potential and Narrative Imperialism

Julika Griem

Research Colloquium
12
02
2019
12/02/2019

The Initiation of Islamic Faith-based Mediation

Rakchanok Chatjuthamard

Research Colloquium
19
02
2019
19/02/2019

Transnational Violence

Dr Philip Liste

Research Colloquium
29
01
2019
29/01/2019

Immigrant Japan: Mobility and Belonging in an Ethno-nationalist Society

Further Events
19
02
2019
19/02/2019

Transnational Legal Encounters and the Politics of Protection: The Case of the Mediterranean Migration ‘Crisis’

Käte Hamburger Lecture

30th Käte Hamburger Lecture with Tanja Aalberts