October 20th 2021 - Lecture
"Challenges facing democratic elections in Southern Africa: a multicultural perspective"
Prof. Joseph Diescho
October 27th 2021 - Lecture in German
"Drei Religionen - Ein Haus"
Osman Örs and Esther Hirsch
House of One Stiftung
November 3rd 2021 - Lecture
"EU-Russia dialogue - is there anything else than just politics?"
Dr. Kristina Kallas
November 10th 2021 - Lecture
"On Digital Dependencies and the Fragmentation of the Internet"
November 17th 2021 - Lecture
"Putin's Government in the Light of Russian and Soviet History"
Prof. Dr. Martin Aust
Dependency Studies Center (Uni Bonn)
November 24th 2021 - Lecture
Moiz Haroon Masood
December 1st 2021 - Lecture in German
"Paneuropäische Demokratiebewegung in Zeiten von Nationalismus"
December 8th 2021 - Lecture
Drought and water management
Dr. Daniel Tsegai and Caroline King
December 15th 2021 - Lecture
Land rights for sustainable life on land
January 12th 2022 - Lecture
Achievement of the SDGs at the local level
January 19th 2022 - Lecture
The relation between climate change and land
January 26th 2022 - Lecture
Opportunities offered by land to young people
February 2nd 2022 - Lecture
The substantial role of women in sustainable land management
Mission of the Lecture Series: The mission of the BIMUN/SINUB, e.V. Lecture Series is to make current happenings in politics, international affairs, and public policy come alive for students and friends of the University of Bonn.
Time & Location: Our weekly lecture series takes place at the University of Bonn each semester on every-other Wednesday at 18:15h to 19:15h (6:15 to 7:15 p.m.) Berlin Time. In light of the current global health crisis, we will host the 2021/22 Winter Semester Lecture Series on Zoom.
Join the Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83583296989?pwd=QXM3WDRZeWpPRHo2U05peC9VSEZwdz09
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University Partnership & History: The BIMUN Lecture Series is part of Studium Universale and a core component of the Certificate of Intercultural Competence program at the University of Bonn. Our program has been going strong since 2005 and has welcomed speakers from across Germany and around the world.
Interdisciplinary Approach: Global organizations employ interdisciplinary approaches to problem-solving in the realm of international affairs and public policy. The BIMUN Lecture Series reflects this commitment by providing a space for scholars of various disciplines to reflect upon a unified theme.
Language of Lectures: Lectures are held in either German or English based on the preference of the guest speaker.
Emerging Scholars Workshops (ESWs): In celebration of the 75/15 dual anniversary in the 2020/2021 winter semester, we have launched a new program called Emerging Scholars Workshops that we will continue in the 2021 summer semester. To learn more the ESWs program, click here. This program won't be offered this winter semester.
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Topic for the winter semester 2021/2022: "Autocracies on the rise - democracy in a crisis?"