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:
The past three decades has witnessed the rise of the “new South-South relations” which includes increasing and overlapping economic-financial, political-diplomatic, security-military ties between developing countries. In the post WW era, South-South relations were considered a positive alternative to North-South unequal relations. This panel will explore the ambiguous impact of these ties from the perspective of human development and social justice in the global South.
- Fırat Demir (University of Oklahoma)
- Omar S. Dahi (Hampshire College, University of Massachusetts Amherst)
- Petra Dannecker (Professorship in Development Sociology. Department of Development Studies University of Vienna)