Sahba Salehi has started her internship at Social Science Works
Sahba Salehi is a master student of International Humanitarian Action (NOHA) at the University of Groningen. She has previously studiedRead more.
Actress and theater pedagogue Marie-Luise Arriens joins Social Science Works
Marie-Luise Arriens, born in Dresden, studied acting at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz/Austria after graduating fromRead more.
Tell me who you are: Empowering refugee woman will continue
In August we will start a second round of our workshop series Empowerment through Deliberation and Theater at the OskarRead more.
Charles Lindblom on the Market, Elites, Inequality and our Inability to Think Clear
Charles Lindblom (1917 – 2017), one of the most important political scientists of the twentieth century, published in 2000 TheRead more.
Planning a future together: Could Eisenhüttenstadt use some deliberative democracy?
Political communities occasionally come to crossroads where fundamental, far-reaching decisions must be made. At such times, it can enhance theRead more.
Social Science Works is participating in the Erasmus+ KA2 project ”Building Inclusive Societies”
Social Science Works is participating in the Erasmus+ KA2 project ”Building Inclusive Societies” (2020-3-PT02-KA205-007427). Project holder is Agora Aveiro, basedRead more.
The Rwandan Genocide: A Rwandan Perspective
My research project back in Fall 2019 on a nation-wide reconciliation process through a theater performance has brought me toRead more.
Wild and Infectious: The Stigmatization of Refugee Children in Greece
“They never lived like children do—I don’t know how to put it into words—but like wild humans” (Zsófia 2018: 392).Read more.
Sex trafficking of Nigerian women: how the Italian asylum system deals with victims
In August 2018, I spent one month volunteering at Centro Donna Giustizia (CDG) an organisation that works to end genderRead more.