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Research Workshop Colonialism in East Africa

Peace and Reconciliation Researchers Network: Le colonialisme en Afrique de l'Est et ses implications aujourd'hui. Colonialism in East Africa and its implications today. Hybrid workshop - as part of the activities of the Baden-Württemberg - Burundi partnership Cluster: Peace work. Coordination of civil society and research - Caritas Studies, Faculty of Theology.

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Hybride offizielle Eröffnung des Clusters Friedensarbeit in Bujumbura

Das Cluster Friedensarbeit: Koordination Zivilgesellschaft und Forschung wird am 28.11.2023, 18h CET, in einer hybriden Konferenz offiziell eröffnet.

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Forgotten Crises: Analysis of the Realities of Refugees

The end of the 20th Century and the beginning of the 21st have been marked by conflicts, persecutions and massive human rights violations. These phenomena have caused displacement of populations both within and beyond national borders. According to the latest "Global Trends" report published by the UNHCR in June 2023, the number of displaced persons was of 108.4 million at the end of 2022, of whom 35.3 million were refugees. In the African Great Lakes region, the refugee problem dates back to the late 1950s and is mainly due to cyclical conflicts in some countries, notably Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo. According to the European Commission, a host country like Uganda alone is home to around one and a half million refugees. Europe is not spared by these refugee flows. These are mainly fleeing war, but some are also political and economic refugees, and others flee the consequences of climate change. Most remain in their countries or in neighbouring countries, but a considerable number do not hesitate to risk their lives by taking the perilous route to Europe. The war in Ukraine, preceded by the conflicts in the Middle East, especially in Syria and Afghanistan, have swelled the number of refugees in European countries.

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Jahrestagung des FRIBIS: Care und Gender

Care und Gender - Potentiale und Risiken eines bedingungslosen Grundeinkommens Auf der FRIBIS Jahrestagung 2023 vom 09. – 11. Oktober stehen Care & Gender als elementare Dimensionen menschlicher Gesellschaften im Fokus. Sie widmet sich Untersuchungen, Ansätzen und den möglichen Wechselwirkungen von Care & Gender im Licht des Bedingungslosen Grundeinkommens (BGE). Teilnahme nach vorheriger Anmeldung frei!

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1.12.2022: Webinar zur kolonialen Vergangenheit (Burundi)

Burundi in der Ausstellung über den Kolonialismus im Freiburger Museum

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11./12.11.2022: Versöhnung trotz Krieg: Versöhnung mitten im Konflikt?

Jahreskonferenz des Netzwerks für Versöhnungsforschung (Network for Reconciliation Studies)

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Einführung der Masterstudierenden (1. Semester)

Herzliche Einladung an alle Masterstudierenden im Studiengang "Caritaswissenschaft und Ethik"

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Erasmus-Oper "The Folly"

Premiere von "The Folly": Samstag, 21. Mai, 19.30 Uhr, Theater Freiburg, Großes Haus. Weitere Aufführungen bis 22. Juli.

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