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“Study Circle 5: Patterns of Dysfunction in Contemporary Democracies; Impact on Human Rights and Governance” and “Study Circle 8: Learning and Bildung in time of Globalization” are joining forces at this year’s summer session. The members of the two circles are involved in arranging two traces:
- Women and the social gap. How the social, cultural and economic position of women can affect the emerging or closing of the social gap
- Governance, Learning, Sustainable Development and the future of the Human Condition
Trace 1, Women, and the social gap. How the social, cultural, and economic position of women can affect the emerging or closing of the social gap, is arranged by professor Magdalena Tabernacka, Wroclaw University, Poland, SC5
This Trace is scattered when it comes to geographical space. Communication will take place on the Internet. Ideas that will be the result of our virtual meetings will be available on the web and in the form of publications. Session abstracts and discussion lists will be available throughout the summer session. On Sunday, 2 August between 12.00 and 14.00, there will be an online discussion and exchange of views on the problem and brief summaries of the results of the mailing list discussion.
Trace2, Governance, Learning, Sustainable Development and the future of the Human Condition arranged by coordinators from SC5 and SC8
The Trace will include seminars, presentations and debates from Monday to Saturday over Zoom, notably a Trace Keynote Friday 31 July, 11.30-13.00 by Professor Abrahim H. (Ivan) Khan, Faculty of Divinity, Toronto School of Theology, Trinity College Toronto on “Tagore and Bildung ” (https://www.tst.edu/directory/faculty/khan-abrahim-h ). The Trace ends Saturday 1. August by a seminar, which after a presentation of the development of the notion of Sustainable Development opens up for a critical constructive discussion of the Nordic Council of Ministers Vision for 2030 especially concerning the notion of Sustainable Development and the role NSU can play in qualifying this vision