On November 17, 2022, Prof. Dr. Fabian Schuppert gave the lecture 'What is good citizen participation in the context of climate policy?" at the colloquium of the graduate college Collective Decision-Making, Hamburg.
In October 2022, Prof. Dr. Fabian Schuppert gave the lecture 'Epistemic injustice and recognition theory' at the colloquium of the Institute of Philosophy, University of Potsdam.
At the 7th experts forum of the Future Initiative KlimaWerk in September 2022, Prof. Dr. Fabian Schuppert held the keynote on the topic "Climate Change and Resilience".
On September 20, 2022, Janina Walkenhorst held the opening keynote for the workshop on „Communal Climate Action" at the Sustainable Built Environment Conference (SBE) in the former TXL airport building.
In June 2022, Prof. Dr. Fabian Schuppert gave the presentation 'Respecting Future Generations: Basic Need Satisfaction and Beyond' at the workshop 'What we owe the Future' at the University of Graz.
In January 2022, Prof. Dr. Fabian Schuppert gave the lecture 'Towards a normative theory of systemic financial risk' at the colloquium of the University of Frankfurt.
Prof. Dr. Fabian Schuppert gave the lecture 'Climate change justice' as a commentary on Darrel Moellendorf's book manuscript Mobilizing Hope: Climate Change and Global Poverty at the Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften in 2021.
On October 25, 2021, Prof. Dr. Fabian Schuppert gave the lecture 'Risks and opportunities of crises for democracy' at the symposium "Democracy in Crisis? Old and new challenges for a liberal society" of the German Society.
On September 7, 2021, Dr. Hänel gave an (online) presentation entitled "Listening to Refugees' Voices: Testimonial Injustice in Academia and Politics" at the MANCEPT-Workshop on Epistemic Injustice in Asylum Policy and Practice.
In September 2021, Prof. Dr. Fabian Schuppert gave the lecture 'Climate Change, Feasibility Discourses and Privileges' at the Workshop on Climate & Change at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Ann in Pisa, Italy.
In August 2021, Prof. Dr. Fabian Schuppert gave the lecture 'Financial risk and republican non-domination' at the Workshop in Practical Philosophy.
On July 14, 2021, Dr. Hänel gave an (online) talk at Prof. Kreide's colloquium at the University of Giessen.
On July 1, 2021, Dr. Hänel gave the keynote "Recognition Theory and Theories of Epistemic Injustice: Good Companions?" at the 2nd Munich Graduate Conference in Ethics (LMU).
On June 25 and 26, 2021, Dr. Hänel gave the presentation "Willful Testimonial Injustice and Failures of Recognition: The Case of Sexual Violence against Refugees" at the workshop Feminist Perspectives on Globalization at the University of Kassel.
On May 26, 2021, Dr. Hänel gave an (online)lecture "Listening to Refugees' Voices: Testimonial Injustice in Academia and Politics "at Novamigra's Phd And Postdoc Workshop “Values In An Imperfect World: Migration Ethics And Non-Ideal Conditions” at the University Duisburg-Essen.
On May 25, 2021, Dr. Hänel gave a talk at Prof. Niesen's colloquium at the University of Hamburg.
On May 12, 2021, Dr. Hänel gave an (online) talk at the Understanding Gendered Violence: The Value of Testimonial and Qualitative Evidence Workshop at the University of Cambridge.
On January 22, 2021, Dr. Hänel gave a presentation at the SWIP Workshop What is a Woman? at the University of Hamburg.
On November 26, 2020 Prof. Schuppert gave a guest lecture at the research colloquium of Franziska Dübgen.
On 09/24/2020, the Theory Section of the DVPW hosted a panel discussion on "Freiheit und/oder Solidarität? Politische Theorie in der Pandemie" (Freedom and/or Solidarity? Political Theory in the Pandemic). The hybrid event was hosted by Prof. Tine Stein and her team. On site, Eva Marlene Hausteiner, Frank Nullmeier, Jeannette Ehrmann and Fabian Schuppert had a discussion, while many colleagues joined online via zoom.
The roundtable on Governing systemic financial risk scheduled for April 22, 2020 had to be postponed.
On April 14, 2020, Prof. Schuppert was scheduled to give a guest lecture at the Research Colloquium of the Lehrstuhl für Politische Theorie at the University of Hamburg. The lecture had to be cancelled due to coronavirus-related measures.
On February 26, 2020, Prof. Schuppert was scheduled to give a guest lecture on A Normative Theory of Systemic Risk at the Political Thought and Global Politics Seminar Series in Durham. Due to the strikes in the UK, the lecture had to be postponed.
In February 2020, Dr. Thomas Mehlhausen lectured on topics related to European integration at the University La Laguna as part of an Erasmus faculty mobility.
As part of Dr. Mehlhausen's master's seminar "The Democratic Legitimacy of the European Union", the seminar group visited the Open Society Foundation in Berlin on February 3, 2020, to discuss the so-called other democratic deficit of the European Union in the form of democratic backsliding, using Hungary as an example.
As part of the British Academy-funded research project on Land Rights in a Changing Climate, which the Chair is supervising in cooperation with Megan Blomfield from the University of Sheffield, two workshops took place in January 2020:
January 27, 2020 at the Unijversität Tromsö - Land Rights in a Changing Climate.
Fabian Schuppert (University of Potsdam): 'Land-based adaptation measures, the claims of vulnerable and disadvantaged communities, and the prospects of a just transition'
Kerstin Reibold (Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø): 'Indigenous land rights under climate change'.
Matthew Coffay (University of Bergen): 'Sustainability in Norwegian agriculture: the normative model of sustainable development and sustainability transition studies'
Megan Blomfield (University of Sheffield): 'Land as a global commons?'
On January 30- 31, 2020 at the University of Oslo.
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As part of Dr. Thomas Mehlhausen's master's seminar 'The Democratic Legitimacy of the European Union', Prof. Dr. Kastrop from the Bertelsmann Foundation spoke on the future of Europe on January 13, 2020.
The results of the expert scenario workshop "European Security in 2030", conducted by Dr. Thomas Mehlhausen for the Hertie School of Governance and the London School of Economics and Political Science, have recently been published here under his methodological guidance and content review.