Kick-Off Event: Global crises in Latin America – and how to deal with them?

Auftakt des Forschungsverbundes Lateinamerika

Die offizielle Auftaktveranstaltung des Forschungsverbundes Lateinamerika (Research Network Latin America) der Universität Wien findet am 3. November 2021 um 18:00 in der Diplomatischen Akademie Wien statt.

Recording of the event:

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ulrich Brand, Head of the Research Network Latin America

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Patrick Müller, Professor of European Studies, Centre for European Integration Research at the University of Vienna and Vienna School of International Studies
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Jean-Robert Tyran, Vice Rector for Research and International Affairs, University of Vienna
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Barbara Prainsack, Head of the Department of Political Science, University of Vienna
Ges. Mag. Andreas Rendl, Director of the Department for the Americas, Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs

Presentation of the Research Network Latin America:
Dr. Tobias Boos, Deputy Head of the Research Network Latin America

Presentations and discussion: Global crises in Latin America – and how to deal with them?
Marcela Torres Heredia, MA: Recognition of knowledge forms and political organisation: key elements for the management of a crisis
Dr. Johannes M. Waldmüller: Climate Change in Latin America: Between Local Sustainabilities and Global Unequality
Dr. Isabella M. Radhuber: Covid-19 in Latin America: Societal dynamics and everyday crisis politics up close

Rodolfo Solano Quirós, Chancellor of the Republic of Costa Rica, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship

Mag. Anna Preiser, Research Network Latin America

Vino de honor – drinks and fingerfood

Registration: If you want to participate at the venue, please note that the number of participants is limited and that prior online registration is mandatory:
participation rule: 2.5 G (vaccinated, recovered, PCR tested)

This event is organized in cooperation with Diplomatische Akademie Wien.

Kategorie: Veranstaltungen
Datum: 3. November 2021, 18:00–20:30
Ort: Diplomatische Akademie Wien, Favoritenstraße 15a,1040 Wien I Präsenz und Online