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The InIIS contributes with several presentations

You can find the complete program of the University of Bremen here.

The events are free of charge, registration is requested.

The contributions of the InIIS:

Freitag, 22.10., 17:00 Uhr:

Arbeitsmigration in Europa - Die soziale Frage des Binnemmarktes

Prof. Dr. Susanne K. Schmidt, Christina Grabbe, Josephine Assmus

Ort: EuropaPunktBremen, Am Markt 20, 28195 Bremen

Mittwoch, 27.10., 17:00 Uhr,
Machtübernahme in Afghanistan: Wie weiter mit den Taliban?

Referent: Stephan Hensell

Ort: Bremer Baumwollbörse, Raum 406, Wachtstraße 17-24, 28195 Bremen

Samstag, 30.10., 17:00 Uhr
Die Macht und Ohnmacht von Musik: Politischer Wierstand aktivistischer Musiker:innen in Uganda

Referent: Julian Friesinger

Ort: Klub Dialog, Am Deich 86, 28199 Bremen




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6. Dieter-Senghaas-Lecture im Haus der Wissenschaft

Wednesday, September 29, the 6th Dieter Senghaas Lecture will take place at 18:00 in the Olbers-Saal at Bremen's Haus der Wissenschaft (6 pm), to which all interested people are cordially invited.

The violent conflicts of the last decades pose enormous challenges to established actors and organizations in international politics. They are proving to be increasingly intricate and tenacious, they manifest themselves in multiple dimensions and rarely have clear fronts. As a result, they usually overtax the systemic problem-solving capabilities of the international community, especially since they can hardly be contained at the national level and quickly contribute to regional and international escalations. Therefore, the question of how wars can be ended under the conditions of globalized politics remains of unbroken relevance. Diplomatic negotiations continue to be seen as an effective means of regulating and resolving military conflicts. However, it is becoming increasingly apparent that their yield in settling systemic conflicts is rarely lasting. Therefore, approaches of dialogue and mediation have been conceived and developed in the recent past as alternatives or complements to negotiations. This presentation focuses on the Afghan peace process, in which all three approaches have been equally effective and in which the Berghof Foundation has been involved for many years. It combines conceptual considerations with practical experience and thus provides important insights into which ideas and practices of conflict resolution can be materially implemented in today's world.

Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Gießmann is director emeritus of the Berghof Foundation, where he is senior advisor to the Afghanistan and Central/South Asia Unit.


With this lecture series, the Institute for Intercultural and International Studies (InIIS) and the Landeszentrale für Politische Bildung Bremen pay tribute to the life and work of the internationally renowned peace and conflict researcher Dieter Senghaas, who has taught at the University of Bremen since 1978 and is a co-founder of InIIS. With the "civilizational hexagon", which focuses on the possibilities of peaceful development in and between societies, he created a paradigm that has made it into German students' high school graduation assignments and into the most important textbooks on international relations. His book "The Clash within Civilisations. Coming to Terms with Cultural Conflicts," has been translated into numerous languages, including Chinese, Arabic, and Korean. His body of work includes 35 books authored by him, as well as 35 other books in which he has participated as editor or co-author.

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Symposium from 23.-25.09.2021

The international symposium “Hegemony, Crisis, Intervention. New Perspectives on Emancipatory & Radical Democratic Discourses” critically engages with the work of Ernesto Laclau and Chantal Mouffe, as the so-called Essex School of Discourse Analysis, and with the broader field of post-structuralist discourse theory. It challenges the distinction between political theory and practice and is aimed at exploring perspectives of emancipatory projects. 

The project page can be found here.

Those interested in the online events can register here.