Events - Page 4
This year’s award goes to Argentinian psychiatrist, anti-torture activist and human rights defender Dr Diana Kordon.
Diana Kordon, winner of the University of Oslo's Human Rights Award – Lisl and Leo Eitinger Prize in conversation with Nora Sveaass, member of the UN Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture, and Inga Bostad, Director of the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights.
Lecture by Venezuelan historian and philosopher, Carmen Bohórquez Móran on Francisco de Miranda and the independence process in Latin America; organized by Venezuela's embassy in Norway. Language: Spanish with simultaneous translation to Norwegian
By Argentina’s ambassador to Norway, Monica Dinucci; organized by Grupo Contacto. Language: Spanish
With Dr. Vladimir Safatle, Universidade de São Paulo. Language: English
Seminar on the present situation for the Colombian peace negotiations, with the director of the Pastoral Social de Colombia, Héctor Fabio, Diego Marín and Jemima García-Godos, University of Oslo; organized by Caritas Norway. Language: Spanish.
As part of the festival, there will be an academic event in two parts:
1) Presentation of research projects on Latin America by the research group Politics of Cultures in Latin America (POCLAT) at UiT The Arctic University of Norway
2) Conference by Leiv Marsteintredet, University of Oslo: “Venezuela og Latin-Amerika: Et land i krise, en region i endring”
Several events with participants and topics from Latin America.
The Eilert Sundt-lecture 2016 will be given by anthropologist Gastón Gardillo, University of British Colombia.
Introductions by Mariel Cristina Aguilar Støen, University of Oslo, and Nicolás Mendoza, Norwegian University of Life Sciences.
Seminar with Eduardo Viola, who is Full Professor of International Relations at the University of Brasilia since 1993. He has researched and published extensively on issues of: Brazilian climate and energy policy and politics; Brazilian foreign policy; Global Climate Governance; and, Comparative climate/energy policies in major Latin American countries. Organized by the Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation (under construction).
Lunch will be served. To participate send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
See the long list of films from Latin America at this year’s Films from the South Festival. The directors Amat Escalante from Mexico and Gabriel Mascaro from Brazil will attend the festival.
Breakfast seminar on the on the peace agreement in Colombia and the upcoming referendum. Language: Norwegian, with one presentation in English.
Lecture by author Mercedes Alvarado, with an introduction by Mexico’s ambassador to Norway, Luis Javier Campuzano; organized by Centro Hispano-Noruego.
Seminar on Norwegian Church Aid's 40 years of work in Guatemala, with the participation of four high-profile judges from Guatemala. Language: Norwegian (with interpretation from Spanish)
Seminar organized by Marit Ursin at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, with economic support from NorLARNet.
Hans Jacob Ohldieck, University of Bergen, presents the Latin American boom and shows how it was affected by the political conditions of the time. Organized by Bergen Public Library.
The Norwegian Association of Lawyers invites you to a seminar with four high-profile judges from Guatemala on the struggle for a state governed by the rule of law. Deadline for registration: 15 September (limited number of participants) Language: Norwegian (with interpretation from Spanish)
Introductions by Diego Marin Rios and Andrea Ramirez Stangeland, both from Støttegruppen for Fred i Colombia.
Screening of the documentaries "Gult kort til VM" (30 min) and "Drømmen om OL" (50 min) by Einar Braathen, Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, and Anne Kjersti Bjørn, and a conversation between the film makers and Margit Ystanes, University of Bergen. The event is part of "Forskningsdagene", organized by the Research Council of Norway.
Seminar with four high-profile judges from Guatemala: Yassmin Barrios, Haraldo Vasquez, Miguel Angel Galvez and Claudia Gonzales, in dialogue with Elin Skaar, Chr. Michelsen Institute.