Arne Næss Symposium 2021: Rethinking Democracy: Steps to Political Equality and Social and Environmental Justice

Arne Næss-professoren av 2021, Julia Cagé, forklarer hvorfor verken de tradisjonelle sosialdemokratiske partiene eller populistiske opprykkere noen gang virkelig har adressert sosial ulikhet og miljørettigheter. Hun foreslår også konkrete strategier for å øke borgerens politiske makt og sikre miljømessig rettferdighet.

Når: Torsdag 23.september, kl. 18.00-20.00
Hvor: Gamle festsal

Tentative Programme:

18.00: Arne Næss fanfare and opening address by Prorector Nina Gornitzka

18.05 – 18.10: Nina Witoszek, brief introduction

18.10 – 18.45: Julia Cagé, Arne Næss Lecture

18.45 – 19.25: Conversation, part 1: Eva Joly, Lars Trägårdh and Julia Cagé

19.25 – 19.40: Conversation, part 2: Julia Cagé and young researchers

19.40 – 20.00: Q&A

 

Chair: Nina Witoszek

The event will be filmed.

 

Registration:

Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, there is a limited number of seats for this event. Please register here to secure a seat!

You can find the event here.

 

About The Arne Næss Programme:

We draw on the legacy of Norway’s foremost eco-philosopher, Ghandi scholar and environmental activist. Our overall aim is to bring together young researchers, leading international thinkers, and practitioners from diverse fields to stimulate novel solutions to socio-environmental challenges of our time.