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Nexus Seminar N.77: Resource Nexus approach to post-mining development in India

UNU-FLORES and TU Dresden host monthly online Nexus Seminar Series with scholars and practitioners discussing diverse Nexus Resource topics.

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Economic Fitness and Complexity Summer School

A five-day Economic Fitness and Complexity Summer School, jointly organised by UNU-MERIT and the Enrico Fermi Research Centre.

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WEBINAR: Gendered Workplace Violence in the PHC Workforce Part 1 - Policy Frameworks for Action

The webinar was the first session of our two-part webinar series on gendered workplace violence in the Primary Health Care workforce.

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Women, Peace and Security — Why This Is So Critical

ONLINE: On 2 July, UNU will host a BIG IDEAS Dialogue with Hideko Hadzialic, Director of the UNDP Representation Office in Tokyo.

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Bonn AI & Climate 2024

UNU-EHS, in collaboration with UNFCCC Technology Mechanism, is organizing an Expert Meeting on AI & Climate.

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ITU and UNU-MERIT Summer School on Catalyzing the Digital Future: Digital Transformation for Sustainability

The summer school is a university-level course of one week, which takes place in the Netherlands, between 1-5 July 2024.

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SCIENCE TALK: Socio-ecological Trade-offs Between Household Wealth and Water Stress in Global Mining Areas

The nexus of mining activities, rural household wealth, and water scarcity

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UNU Generative AI Series | Generative AI and Diplomacy: What’s Beyond?

This webinar explores how the rapid advancement of GenAI is transforming diplomatic processes and what this means for the future of global diplomacy.

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MIGNEX conference: New knowledge on migration, development and policy

On 25-26 June 2024, MIGNEX (a project that UNU-MERIT and Maastricht University researchers are involved in) will host an agenda-setting academic conference at the University of Oxford on the links between migration, development and policy.