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Researching Peace - en podd från Uppsala universitet

Institutionen för freds- och konfliktforskning

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Varför blir det väpnade konflikter? Hur kan vi få en varaktig fred? I podden Researching Peace träffar du de främsta forskarna inom freds- och konfliktforskning. Vi bjuder även in aktuella gäster så som politiker, journalister och andra kunniga inom området. Det här är podden för dig som vill veta mer och förstå din samtid. Researching Peace produceras av institutionen för freds- och konfliktforskning vid Uppsala universitet i samarbete med Alva Myrdal-center för kärnvapennedrustning. Åsikte ...
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Lunchpodden Min bästa idé

Ulf Skarin

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På jakt efter de bästa idéerna äter jag ständigt lunch med nytänkare. Hittills har jag träffat över 1 000 personer vid mitt stambord på Fotografiska i Stockholm. Min utgångspunkt är enkel: jag bjuder på lunchen, du på idéerna! I den här lunchpodden möter du några av mina spännande gäster som delar med sig av idéer som gör skillnad. Ulf Skarin, professional luncheater www.ulfslunch.se Instagram: #ulfslunch LinkedIn: Ulfs lunch Facebook: #ulfslunch Twitter: @UlfSkarin Hosted on Acast. See acas ...
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In this episode of Researching Peace, we welcome Sabine Otto, who discusses her project focusing on the civilian aspects of UN peacekeeping operations and their role in promoting human rights. She explains the transition towards multi-dimensional peacekeeping operations and reflects on future steps to enhance the effectiveness of civilian component…
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In this episode of Researching Peace, we continue to explore the impact of artificial intelligence on peace research with Paola Vesco, a post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Peace and Conflict Research. Paola's research connects the dots between climate variability, food production, and conflict risk, providing essential insights in a worl…
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How does artificial intelligence (AI) affect peace and conflict research? Meet Jim Dale and Mert Can Yilmaz, who, in this episode, will explore the role of AI in peace and conflict research. Jim, a Programmer at the Violence & Impacts Early Warning System (VIEWS), explains the power of machine learning models in forecasting organized violence on a …
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In this episode, we welcome Stefan Döring, a researcher specializing in the intersection of water and conflict. Drawing from his interdisciplinary research, Stefan sheds light on the issue of water conflicts. He unpacks the spatial dynamics of communal violence and introduces a seemingly counter-intuitive argument: water scarcity can foster coopera…
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In this episode, Associate Professor Nina von Uexkull talks about the intricate relationship between climate change and conflict. She explains how the two are interconnected and how resource scarcity plays a pivotal role. She emphasizes that environmental stressors can trigger competition for limited resources, leading to tensions and conflicts. Sh…
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Join us in this episode as we delve into the intricate relationship between water, climate, and conflict. Our guest, Professor Ashok Swain, a leading expert in international water cooperation, unravels the complexities of how these factors intersect and impact global dynamics. Discover the challenges of climate migrants, insights into regional wate…
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