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World Social Science Forum 2018: Security and Equality for Sustainable Futures

World Social Science Forum 2018: Security and Equality for Sustainable Futures

ACADEMIC PANELS: CROP is co-organising two sessions during WSSF 2018.

25-28 September 2018 | Fukuoka, Japan

Thank you to all contributors to this event. It was a pleasure to work with both established partners and new acquaintances.

FULL PROGRAMME FOR WSSF 2018

OP6-01 27 September (14:00-16:00) (in co-operation with UNESCO):
The Politics of Inclusion: Towards a Secure and Sustainable Future

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Left to right: Mirza Zulfigur Rahman (Indian Institute of Technology), Gilbert Siame (University of Zambia), Toru Oga (Kyushu University), Alberto D. Cimadamore (University of Bergen/ISC), Gabriele Köhler (UNRISD), Pedro Manuel Monreal Gonzalez (UNESCO), Etienne Nel (University of Otago)

Panel Presentations:


OP3-03
28 September (14:00-16:00) (in co-operation with the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI):

Poverty, water and sustainable development in global change: exploring the nexus from a sustainability science and human security perspective

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Gerson Tuazon (University of Auckland), I. Ricardo Castro-Diaz (Autonomous Univ. of Entre Rios/CONICET), Stephanie Büchler (University of Arizona), Christopher A. Scott (University of Arizona), Adebusuyi Isaac Adeniran (Obafemi Awolowo University), Alberto D. Cimadamore (University of Bergen/ISC)

Panel Presentations:

    Chair for UNESCO MOST session:

In addition to the two panel sessions co-organised by CROP, Scientific Director Alberto D. Cimadamore chaired UNESCO MOST's session on “Managing migration towards more inclusive societies and the implementation of Agenda 2030". The MOST (Management of Social Transformations) Programme has a particular focus on the topic of migration through a MOST initiative on the background causes, processes and social implications of migration.


Background information:

OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS

WSSF2018 POSTER

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