This winter semester's lectures are dedicated to the overarching question "Social Rights: Global Perspectives?"
Tuesday, 31.10.2023 at 6:15 p.m. in X-C3-107 and via Zoom
Markus Ciesielski (Gießen/Hildesheim): Claiming Colombia: A Regional Approach to Social Rights Insights
Tuesday, 14.11.2023 at 6:15 p.m. in X-C3-107 and via Zoom
Marcel van der Linden (Amsterdam): Coerced and Free Labour in Global Perspective
Tuesday, 5.12.2023 at 6:15 p.m. in X-C3-107 and via Zoom
Octavio Luiz Motta Ferraz (London): The Right to Health and the Amazon Forest: Brazil, the Americas and the World
Tuesday, 23.01.2024 at 6:15 p.m. in X-C3-107 and via Zoom
Angelika Siehr (Bielefeld): The Human Right to Water
The lectures will also be transmitted via Zoom: Meeting-ID: 939 8315 0582; Password: 710036
Lecture: Limitations of Social Rights – The Case of the Right to Social Security
In line with the overarching question of the lecture series “Signaturen der Weltgesellschaft” in this winter semester 2023/24 “Social Rights: Global Perspectives?”, the long-standing IW member Lutz Leisering, will give a thematically relevant lecture as part of the ring lecture "New Frontiers of Research on Welfare in the Global South", jointly organised by the AG Social Anthropology and the AG German and Transnational Social Policy, to which we would like to draw your attention:
Thursday, 18.01.2024 at 4:15-6 p.m. in X-C3-107 and via Zoom
Lutz Leisering (Bielefeld): Limitations of Social Rights – The Case of the Right to Social Security
The Zoom link is the following (registration needed): https://www.uni-bielefeld.de/fakultaeten/soziologie/forschung/projekte/welfarestruggles/ring-lecture-series-new-f/
Research Training Group World Politics (RTG 2225): Looking forward to new cohort
The RTG has recruited a third cohort of doctoral researchers in 2023, for a starting date of 01 October 2023. The RTG invited original proposals from the fields of Political Science/International Relations, History, Sociology, and Legal Studies that contribute to its research program. An interdisciplinary orientation of research projects is encouraged. The RTG’s working language is English.
We are looking forward to meet the new doctoral researchers soon!
Global Cooperation and Global Challenges. A Roundtable Discussion
The Roundtable with Bettina Mahlert (Innsbruck), Sigrid Quack (Duisburg-Essen), Alina Isakova and Malte Neuwinger (both Bielefeld), moderated by Mathias Albert, took place on June, 6th 2023 at 4:00 p.m.
Bettina Mahlert and Sigrid Quack are co-editors of the book "Imagining Pathways for Global Cooperation", Alina Isakova and Malte Neuwinger are co-editors of the forthcoming book "Global Challenges: Constructivist Perspectives".
The event was co-organized by GK "World Politics" and IW.
Jubiläumstagung des IW vom 19. bis 20.05.2022: „Wie geht’s eigentlich der Weltgesellschaft?“ –
The recent Working Report, collecting the Institute's activities from the years 2018 - 2021, is available as PDF for download here, and printed copies can be ordered from the Institute's Manager.