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The videos from our webinars, events and interview series discuss some key dimensions of our research and outreach activities.

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    AHCD policy seminar: Planning Europe’s future: the making of the Recovery Plan

    Policy seminar: Planning Europe’s future: the making of the Recovery Plan

    This policy seminar with Dr. Luciano Monti and Dr. Anna Rita Ceddia explored the making of the European Recovery and Resilience Plan, a pioneering instrument based on the largest long-term budget in the European Union’s history. Examining this endeavour to “repair and prepare for the next generation”, it focused on the final stage of policy drafting, when Member States’ prepared their domestic plans to be submitted to the European Commission by the end of April 2021.

     

    2021 Events and webinars

    The Everyday State | Y-SASM 2021

    Picking up on some of the broader themes that undergird ongoing interdisciplinary exchanges on the subject matter, Dr Ranabir Samaddar delivers the keynote lecture at the South Asia conference this year.

    Achieving Decent Work and Future Ready Skills in the Age of AI

    AI4SDGs: Achieving Decent Work and Future Ready Skills in the Age of AI Webinar by AI Policy Labs

    A new economic model for Cuba?

    José Antonio Alonso (coord.) has recently edited the book Cooperation between the EU and Cuba for economic and productive reforms. The challenges of economic reform in Cuba, where several experts analyze the current process of redefinition of Cuba’s economic model. The main axis of this reform is discussed by the coordinator in conversation with two experts.

    Indonesia in “3D”: Development, Dictatorship and Democracy

    This event launched the book 'Indonésie: l'envol mouvementé du Garuda : développement, dictature et démocratie' (Graduate Institute Publications, 2021) authored by Jean-Luc Maurer. The analysis of the relationship in “3D” between development, dictatorship and democracy constitutes the connecting thread of the book and provides the basis for the discussion among panelists.

    The devil is in the details. Referendums and Political Power

    The event discusses the book finding and confront it with global trends, particularly in Switzerland and Europe.

    The Western Balkans: Local Priorities, Fractured Regional Perspectives

    Located in the direct neighbourhood of the EU (and the Visegrad Group), Western Balkan (WB) is a stigmatized region. A collection of nation states that have not joined the EU, the WB countries prove that a regional ‘circle’, as it appears on the map, is insufficient or even perhaps counterproductive to motivate change through common goals. Similarities might in fact be more problematic than differences. Delayed nation-building, old and new constructions of national identity, ongoing border disputes and the memory of civil war characterize the area.

    The Visegrad Group A European Region or a Region Against Europe?

    Once a loose yet enthusiastic group of East-Central European post-communist countries, the Visegrad Group (V4) has progressively acquired the reputation of a Eurosceptic region where delayed nation-building processes and national identitarian discourses oppose and block European cohesion. Is such a label justified?

    2021 INTERVIEW SERIES

    Representational Redress in The Banda Journal

    Danishwara Nathaniel in conversation with Indonesian documentary photographer Muhammad Fadli.

    Building New Solidarities in a Changing World of Work - Maria Mexi & Thorben Albrecht

    Maria Mexi in conversation with Thorben Albrecht, Policy Director of IG Metall.

    Uber's Future in Mobility and the Platform Economy

    Maria Mexi in conversation with Giovanna D'Esposito, Delphi Economic Forum VI.

    Reimagining the Future of Work in a Post-Pandemic Environment

    Maria Mexi in conversation with Deborah Lovich, Delphi Economic Forum VI.

    How the Pandemic is Challenging the Future of Work

    Maria Mexi in conversation with Sharan Burrow, Delphi Economic Forum VI.

    The future of capitalism(s)

    Shalini Randeria in conversation with Branko Milanovic, Delphi Economic Forum VI.

    The discussion was endorsed by the Embassy of Switzerland in Greece, with Ambassador Olaf Kjelsen delivering opening remarks.

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    VIDEOS FROM PAST EVENTS

    Politics in the pandemic: Nicaragua

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Nicaragua took place on November 26, 2020, with the participation of Ilsen Canales (Political Analyst) and Elvira Cuadra (Cinco).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Politics in the pandemic: Panama

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Panama took place on October 29, 2020, with the participation of Harry Brown Araúz (CIEPS), Olga de Obaldía (Libertad Ciudadana- Transparencia Internacional) and Ana Victoria Sánchez Urrutia (CIDEM).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Incentives to Increase the Use of Tracing and Testing Apps: Carrots or Sticks?

    Incentives to Increase the Use of Tracing and Testing Apps: Carrots or Sticks?

    Shalini Randeria (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy, Graduate Institute, Geneva) discusses the promise and limitations of democratic practices from below with Mary Kaldor (London School of Economics) and Niccolò Milanese (European Alternatives), who have contributed to an analysis of these issues as scholars as well as through their engagement as activists in various European social movements.

    Democracy from below: Practices and limitations

    Democracy from below: Practices and limitations

    Shalini Randeria (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy, Graduate Institute, Geneva) discussed the promise and limitations of democratic practices from below with Mary Kaldor (London School of Economics) and Niccolò Milanese (European Alternatives).

    Politics in the pandemic: El Salvador

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on El Salvador took place on October 08, 2020, with the participation of Nayda Acevedo (Red Politólogas) and Luis Mario Rodríguez (FUSADES).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    La contre-démocratie: défi ou chance pour la démocratie ?

    Semaine de la démocratie: La contre-démocratie: défi ou chance pour la démocratie ?

    La contre-démocratie: défi ou chance pour la démocratie? Quand les mouvements de défense pour le climat s'en mêlent

    Politics in the pandemic: Costa Rica

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Costa Rica took place on September 24, 2020, with the participation of Ilka Treminio Sánchez (Director FLACSO, Prof. University of Costa Rica and Red de Politólogas) and Ronald Alvarado Alfaro (CIEP, University of Costa Rica).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Politics in the pandemic: Guatemala

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Guatemala took place on September 10, 2020, with the participation of Eduardo Nuñez (Director of the Central America Public Security Program, National Democratic Institute, NDI), Sofia Montenegro (Dialogos) and Cindy Poroj (University of San Carlos and Red de Politólogas).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Politics in the pandemic: Mexico

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Mexico took place on August 27, 2020, with the participation of Prof. Karolina Gilas (UNAM - Red Politólogas), Prof. María Marván (UNAM, Observatory of Political Reforms), Prof. Jesús Pérez Caballero (El Colef Matamoros) and Prof. Amalia Pulido Gómez (CIDE – Red de Politólogas).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Politics in the pandemic: Venezuela

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Venezuela took place on August 13, 2020, with the participation of Margarita López Maya (Cendes and Central University of Venezuela), Juan Berríos (University of del Zulia), Arturo Peraza (Catholic University Andres Bello) and Mariengracia Chirinos (Prodavinci).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Politics in the pandemic: Peru

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Peru took place on July 30, 2020, with the participation of Prof. Paula Muñoz Chirinos (Del Pacifico University and Red de Politólogas), Prof. Adriana Urrutia (University Antonio Ruiz de Montoya) and Prof. Martín Tanaka (Pontifica Universidad Católica del Perú).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Politics in the pandemic: Bolivia

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Bolivia took place on July 23, 2020, with the participation of Fernando Mayorga (Universidad Mayor de San Simón), María Teresa Zegada (Universidad Mayor de San Simón - Red de Politólogas) and Carlos Cordero (Analista político).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Politics in the pandemic: Brazil

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Brazil took place on July 16, 2020, with the participation of María Herminia Tavares de Almeida (CEBRAP), Adriana Abdenur (Plataforma CIPO) and Magna Ignacio (UFMG- Red de Politólogas).


    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Politics in the pandemic: Colombia

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Colombia took place on July 9, 2020, with the participation of Angelika Rettberg (University of Los Andes, Red de Politólogas) and Mónica Pachón (University of Los Andes, Red de Politólogas).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Politics in the pandemic: Ecuador

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Ecuador took place on July 2, 2020, with the participation of Angélica Abad Cisneros (Universidad de Cuenca and Red de Politólogas) y Simón Pachano (FLACSO-Ecuador).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Design the transition now / Imagining transitional urban realms

    Design the Transition, Now: IMAGINING TRANSITIONAL URBAN REALMS

    Presentations of Rob Hopkins and Shalini Randeria in their dialogue with Edwin Zaccai, addressing the issue of imagination in the creation of new urban realms.

    Organised by Fondation Braillard in collaboration with AHCD.

    Politics in the pandemic: Paraguay

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Paraguay took place on June 25, 2020, with the participation of Rocío Duarte (National University of Asunción and Catholic University of Asunción, Paraguay and Red de Politólogas), Luis Fretes Carreras (Center of International Studies, Portugal) and Magui López (Conicet, Argentina and Red de Politólogas).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Politics in the pandemic: Uruguay

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Uruguay took place on June 18, 2020, with the participation of Constanza Moreira (University of the Republic) and Alicia Lissidini (National university of San Martín and Red de Politólogas).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Politics in the pandemic: Chile

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Chile took place on June 11, 2020, with the participation of Prof. Rossana Castiglioni (Diego Portales University, Chile), Prof. Pamela Figueroa (University of Santiago de Chile) and Claudia Heiss (University of Chile).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Politics in the pandemic: Argentina

    LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS IN THE PANDEMIC

    The conversation on Argentina took place on June 4, 2020, with the participation of Prof. María Esperanza Casullo (Río Negro University, Argentina) and Prof. Elsa Llenderrozas (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina).

    The events are coordinated by Daniela Campello (Getulio Vargas Foundation) and Yanina Welp (Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy).

    Ciné@IHEID | Panel discussion | The Great Hack

    The Great Hack - Cambridge Analytica and the dark side of social media, Film screening and debate with David Carroll, Paul-Olivier Dehaye, Stéphane Duguin and Shalini Randeria.

    The Challenges to India’s Credentials as a Democratic Republic

    Mukulika Banerjee, Director of the LSE South Asia Centre and is Associate Professor in Social Anthropology at the London School of Economics (LSE), visited the Graduate Institute’s Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy in March 2020 and gave a public lecture on “The challenges to India’s credentials as a democratic republic”.

    A World Divided: The Global Struggle for Human Rights in the Age of Nation-States

    Eric D. Weitz, Distinguished Professor of History at City College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York gave the public keynote of the international conference on “Sovereignty, Nationalism and Homogeneity in Europe between the Two World Wars”. Entitled “A World Divided: The Global Struggle for Human Rights in the Age of Nation-States”, it was introduced by Christine Lutringer.

    Democracy: A Fragile Way of Life?

    To what extent is democracy a “fragile way of life”? Does a focus on questions of style and form, as well as of democratic spaces, allow us to productively rethink the foundations of democracy? On the occasion of the launch of Till van Rahden's new book, these questions are debated by Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou, Professor and Chair of the International History Department, Graduate Institute, Till van Rahden Associate Professor at the Université de Montréal, Canada Research Chair in German and European Studies, and Shalini Randeria, Professor of Anthropology and Sociology and Director of the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy.

    Promoting human rights, tolerance and non-discrimination: role of education

    This panel discussion explores possible approaches to using education as a vehicle to promote tolerance and create an inclusive space for all. With: Kate Gilmore, United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights; Ahmed Shaheed, United Nations Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief; Herbert Winter, President of Swiss Federation of Jewish Communities and World Jewish Congress Vice President, and moderator Davide Rodogno, Professor of International History and Faculty Affiliate of the Graduate Institute's Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy.

    When Things Don't Fall Apart: Global Financial Governance in an Age of Productive Incoherence

    In this public lecture organised by the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy and UNRISD, Professor Ilene Grabel explores the significant innovations in global financial governance and developmental finance that have been induced by the global financial crisis. Inspired by Albert Hirschman, she examines how meaningful change has emerged from disconnected, experimental and inconsistent adjustments in institutions and policies.

    The Life and Death of Constitutions

    In her lecture at the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy, Kim Lane Scheppele, the Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Sociology and International Affairs at Princeton University, discusses the rise of democratically elected leaders with autocratic aspirations. She explores how these leaders have undermined constitutional government while claiming democratic legitimacy and she reflects on what could be done to restore the promise of constitutionalism.

    Customary and Informal Justice Systems: Navigating Complex Pathways to Justice for all

    This public event jointly organised by the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy and the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) focuses on practical entry points to make the justice experience more inclusive. Moderated by Ms. Irene Khan, IDLO's Director-General, the discussion involves Professor Patricia Mbote, Professor of Law at the University of Nairobi and Advocate at the High Court of Kenya, Mr. Rochus Pronk, Counsellor at the Permanent Mission of the Netherlands in Geneva, Professor Shalini Randeria, Director of the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy at the Graduate Institute Geneva and Ms. Mona Rishmawi, Chief, Rule of Law, Equality and Non-discrimination Branch Thematic Engagement, Special Procedures and Right to Development at the OHCHR.

    The influence of "Gift Exchange" in today's debates on international solidarity, globalisation and democratic governance

    In this panel discussion organised by the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy and the Global Governance Centre on the occasion of the launch of the book "Gift Exchange" by Professor Grégoire Mallard, Professors Gopalan Balachandran, Anna Leander, Annabelle Littoz-Monet, Grégoire Mallard, Ugo Panizza and Fuad Zarbiyev, discuss the relevance of the ideas on gift exchange in the debates on international solidarity, globalisation and democratic governance. The full book Gift Exchange is freely downloadable on the Open Access platform of Cambridge University Press

    The Edge of Democracy

    Film screening and debate with Jamil Chade, Brazilian Journalist, Christine Lutringer, Executive Director, Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy (moderator), Paulo Lugon Arantes, Researcher on Human Rights Law and Yanina Welp, Research Fellow, Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy

    "Populists don’t have a monopoly on emotions”: Citizens against disinformation

    How can we tackle "fake news", propaganda, and disinformation to protect democratic voice? This panel discussion organised by the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy as a part of the Geneva Democracy Week, puts four panelists into conversation: Ana Arana Antelo (European Commission, DG Research and Innovation), Flavia Kleiner (Operation Libero, Switzerland), Anna Leander (Graduate Institute) and Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou (Graduate Institute). The event is moderated by Shalini Randeria, Director of the Graduate Institute's Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy.

    Globalization, inequality and the powerlessness of policy

    In this public lecture organised by the Graduate Institute's Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy, Branko Milanovic discusses the evolution in global income inequality and focuses on its political implications.

    Democracy and Disorder: Political Unpredictability in a Global Age

    What can we learn about the politics of illiberalism from across both East and West, and North and South, in a time of increasing political unpredictability? This question is debated by Alex de Waal, Executive Director of the World Peace Foundation at Tufts University, and Nina Khrushcheva, Professor of International Affairs at The New School, in the public plenary of the conference on "Democracy and Disorder" moderated by Rebecca Tapscott, post-doctoral research fellow at the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy.

    What's The point of the rule of law?

    In his lecture at the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy, Martin Krygier, Gordon Samuels Professor of Law and Social Theory, UNSW Sydney, asks what is the point of the rule of law. The rule of law is too important to ignore, yet too confused and confusing to guide. This lecture argues it must be re-imagined.

    China’s Future : Democracy or Dictatorship, Rule of Law or Rule by Law?

    Jean-Pierre Cabestan, Professor of Political Science at Hong Kong Baptist University, analyses the recent evolution of the Chinese political system. While the government system continues to modernise and a rule by law is gradually taking shape, China does not seem to move towards a genuine rule of law.

    Democracy and the Stranger: Does Global Integration Undermine Democracy?

    Jeremy Adelman, Henry Charles Lea Professor of History and Director of the Global History Lab at Princeton University, discusses how the pressures on liberal democracy and the hostility to strangers have overlapped with the assault on globalisation. Is this a coincidence, or did one cause the other?  His keynote lecture at  the Albert Hirschman Centre’s annual conference explores general patterns and potential explanations.

    Democracy week 2018

    In this panel moderated by Graziella Moraes SilvaRuth Betsaida Itamari Choque, Member of the Bolivian Parliament, Ethel Branch, Attorney General of the Navajo Nation, Nancy Postero, Professor of anthropology and co-Director, International Institute, UC San Diego and Karmen Ramírez Boscán, Founder of Wayunkerra Indigenous Women’s Initiative explore how the contemporary populist wave has affected the battle of indigenous communities for fair representation and for access to natural resources.

    Law in a World of Struggle

    On 7 September 2018, the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy, in conjunction with the Department of International Law, hosted David Kennedy, Manley O. Hudson Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School, and an expert on law and the politics of expertise.

    Two-speed Europe: A new East-West divide?

    This panel discussion organised by the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy and moderated by Grégoire Mallard explores whether a two-speed Europe would be an opportunity for further integration or on the contrary a risk of divide. The speakers are Rosen Plevneliev, President of Bulgaria between 2012-2017, Ulrike Lunacek, former Vice-President of the European Parliament and Member of the Austrian Green Party and Till van Rahden, Montreal University, Canada Research Chair in German and European Studies.

    Can Liberalism Survive in a World of Fake News?

    Stephen Holmes is the Walter E. Meyer Professor of Law at New York University, and an expert on the evolution of liberalism and antiliberalism in Europe.

    The affects of democracy

    Chantal Mouffe is Professor of Political Theory at the Centre for the Study of Democracy at the University of Westminster in London. She has taught and researched in many universities in Europe, North America and South America and she is a corresponding member of the Collège International de Philosophie in Paris.

    Populism, Nationalism, and the Future of Democracy

    In the third keynote lecture of the Hirschman Centre's annual conference on 8 December 2017, the sociologist Craig Calhoun, President of the Berggruen Institute, argues that populism reflects a failure of social integration: it challenges liberal democracy from within but may also enable its reshaping.

    Democratic Degeneration

    In the second keynote lecture of the Hirschman Centre's annual conference, the philosopher Charles Taylor, Emeritus Professor at McGill University, reflects on three key contemporary threats to democracy: concentration of elite power, nativist exclusion, and majoritarianism.

    The Public and the Demos: Paradoxes of Enlightenment

    Sheila Jasanoff, pioneer in science and technology studies and Pforzheimer Professor of Science and Technology Studies at the Harvard Kennedy School, delivered the opening lecture of the Hirschman Centre's annual conference. Exploring how to remake a democratic polity, she emphasises the need of a new imagination of the public sphere that accommodates diversity without disintegration.

    Dying to live: A Tragedy of Democratic Governance

    Jyoti Sanghera is the Chief of the Asia Pacific at the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva. She holds a Ph.D from the University of California, Berkeley and has worked on human rights protection issues of women, migrants and other discriminated groups in conflict and post conflict situations for the past three decades.

    From Ottoman to post-modern. Public spaces as a metaphor of Modern Greek History

    In a special event organised with the Fondation Braillard during the Democracy Week and the Fortnight of Urbanism, Georges Prevalakis, Professor of Geography and Planning at the Sorbonne (Université Paris 1) discusses the transformation of public space in Greece in a historical and geopolitical perspective.

    Repenser la démocratie par le bas: les nouvelles voix des pays du Sud

    avec Jean-François Bayart, IHEID Christine Lutringer, Centre Albert Hirschman sur la démocratie, IHEID,  Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou, IHEID
    Modération : Thomas Vennen, Vice-President, Africa 21

    Engaging in Democracy: Four Indian students tell their experience at the Hirschman Centre

    During the Democracy Week promoted by the Geneva State Chancellery we have invited four Indian students to engage in a dialogue on democratic engagement. They have told us about their active engagement in India, which is very inspiring for us...

    Economics and Democracy in the Age of Globalisation

    Kaushik Basu,  C. Marks Professor and Professor of Economics at Cornell University, New York, Former Chief Economist and Sr. Vice President of the World Bank, discusses the challenges to democracy grounded in the global economy but also rooted in politics and society, in a lecture organized by the Graduate Institute's Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy

    The Global Swing to the Right

    Arjun Appadurai, Goddard Professor of Media, Culture and Communication at New York University, examines the factors behind the recent global rise of authoritarian populists leaders and movements in an event organized by the Graduate Institute's Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy.

    Stephen Holmes

    Stephen Holmes, Professor of Law at New York University, speaking on 9 March 2017 at the launch of the Graduate Institute’s Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy.

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    Shalini Randeria : Ringen um globale Impfgerechtigkeit

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    Shalini Randeria : Ringen um globale Impfgerechtigkeit

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    Veena Das on Sexual violence, public domain and disorders of democracy