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ieTalks: Multipolarity and the new South-South Relations

Thursday, November 24th , 2022 5.00 – 7.00 pm CET Time  Location: Sensengasse 3, Seminar Room SG 1, 1090 Wien The event will take a hybrid Format participants can join a Zoom using this link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81609892789 The past three decades has witnessed the rise of the “new South-South relations” which includes increasing and ...

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Webinar: launching event of the research “Hope Under Siege” Voices of adolescents on education and ICT during the Syrian Conflict

The webinar will be held in Arabic and English   Online via Zoom  Friday 14th of October, 2022 5:00 to 7:00 pm Damascus time The research team will present the research methodology and principal findings. A commentary and Q&A session with participants will follow. Watch the event live streaming here:  The “Hope under Siege” research ...

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Syria; Alternative Dialogues – Episode #2

https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/2037022.rss The neoliberal project was promoted globally as a realm that increases freedom that supposedly unshackles the individual from the constraints of the state. But in reality, It went from merely an economic policy to politics that work hand in hand with militarism and securitisation to privatise and sell social ...

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Syria; Alternative Dialogues – Episode #1

https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/2037022.rss Dr Daoudy discusses her second book, which addresses the food security in Syria and the environmental repercussions of the politics of the Syrian government, which many debates were a drive for the Syrian conflict; she also discussed how the War on Ukraine impacts the food security in the World ...

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Syria; Alternative Dialogues – Episode #0

https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/2037022.rss This episode discusses the objectives of the podcast, which are: making the process of producing knowledge more accessible to the Arab world and discussing the importance of investments in integrative networks & interrelations among researchers and knowledge production institutions on the regional and global levels.  Speakers: Rabie Nasser: Economist, researcher and ...

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The Energy Crisis in Syria: Reasons and Outcomes

The Syrian energy sector has been radically affected by more than ten years of conflict. A major transformation of energy policies has occurred in the last decade that has further impaired the state’s governance system and infrastructure. The destruction and damage caused to energy infrastructure alongside the imposition of international ...

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