“What do you think?” – Collaborative and Cross-disciplinary Seminars
CCR, GODESS and HUMLOG warmly welcome you to join our new seminars: “What do you think?” – Collaborative and Cross-disciplinary Seminars Each seminar, arranged once every second month, will consist of three presentations of around 10 minutes each, followed by discussion of around 20 minutes. The purpose of these seminars is to offer a platform to exchange research ideas, interests, project funding, etc. related to the topic areas of the three research centres. Presenters are encouraged to present early-stage research plan in order to receive some valuable feedback and encouragement. Bring your smile and be ready to indulge in high quality exchange of knowledge! Seminar #2 on December 11, 2017:
From left to right:Ville-Pekka Sorsa: Why would industry associations (not) participate in central trade associations?Nikodemus Solitander: Responsible Colonial Continuities: The financialization and responsibilization of development aidTricia Cleland: #metoo: challenging epistemic violence through digital story sharing Seminar #1 on October 16, 2017:
Greta Steenvoorden: The missing piece: a bottom-up perspective in social sustainability governanceIra Haavisto: Learning from reporting in a humanitarian context – Rhetoric and Reality
Nelli Ruotsalainen: Contesting Normative Whiteness in the Finnish Feminist MovementThe AudienceWatch the TRAILER of our 1st seminar:
See you soon! About CCR, GODESS and HUMLOG: The Centre for Corporate Responsibility (CCR) is a cross-disciplinary Research and Development Institute focusing on the societal impacts and responsibilities of business. GODESS, which stands for Gender, Organisation, Diversity, Equality and Social Sustainability in Transnational Times, is a research and development institute that focusses on research areas of gender, organization, diversity, equality, and social sustainability in transnational times. The Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Research Institute (HUMLOG) acts as a focal point for researchers and partly for practitioners in Humanitarian Logistics to conduct high-quality research on logistics and supply chain management in humanitarian and development context.