New book: Imagination Castrated (2013.05.16)
Publication Imagination castrated: Critical rethinking of the civil society (organisation) in contemporary society brings together texts – the products of the debate on the civil society condition today – within the international seminar “Civil society (organisations): Substance or substitute”, Ljubljana, 15th and 16th November 2012, organized by Peace Institute and Centre for Peace Studies, Croatia.
Invitation to the international conference (2013.03.12)
International conference “The New Dangerous Class”: Contrasting Perspectives on Precarity will be held on 30 March 2013 in Ljubljana.
Speakers: Michel Husson, Rastko Močnik, Guy Standing, Maja Breznik, Teodor Shanin, Gustavo Esteva, Grigor Gradev, Barbara Kresal. Final round table with precarious workers: Predrag Topić, Marko Tanasić and Helena Milinković.
More about conference see Events.
Invitation to the round table discussion (2013.02.22)
We are kindly inviting you to the round table discussion What are we »developing« in the concept of development cooperation and what is the role of migration? on Thursday, 28 February at 18.00 at the atrium of the City Museum, Ljubljana with Vlasta Jalušič from the Peace Institute, Franci Zlatar from Slovene Philanthropy, Max Zimani from Zavod Global, Nikolai Jeffs from the Faculty of Humanities Koper and Gertrude Fester from Centre for Gender, Culture and Development from Rwanda. The discussion (in English language) will be moderated by Maja Ladić from the Peace Institute.
Invitation to the lecture and film (2013.02.21)
The Peace Institute and Faculty of Social Sciences are inviting you on Wednesday, 27 February 2013 at, Faculty of Social Sciences (room 3) to the lecture by prof. Gertrude Fester from South Africa: Options for positive development, immigration and gender equality in Africa: a utopian dream or a possible objective?, from 14.00 to 15.20 and to the projection of documentary film Save yourself? The life of a development project in Rwanda, and discussion on the reconciliation process in Rwanda (the case of gachacha courts) and in South Africa (the case of truth and reconciliation commission) with Vlasta Jalušič, the author of documentary film, Vestine Mutangampundu, member of Nyamirambo Women's Center from Rwanda, and Gertrude Fester, from 15.30 to 17.00. The lecture, the film and the discussion will be in English.
New book "Paradoxes of integration" (2012.12.10)
The book Paradoxes of Integration: Female Migrants in Europe, eds. Floya Anthias, Maria Kontos, Mirjana Morokvasic-Müller (Springer, 2013), has just been released and it includes a chapter by Mojca Pajnik and Veronika Bajt "Civic Participation of Migrant Women: Employing Strategies of Active Citizenship". The book is the result of project FEMIPOL: Integration of Female Immigrants in Labour Market and Society (EC, 6. FP) that included Peace Institute as partner organization.