Researchers from all over the world experience repressions. Not only are they prevented from conducting free research, often their lives and the lives of their families are endangered. Minorities find it difficult to assert themselves in the academic world. A different way of thinking or criticism of their own country can lead to institutional, life-threatening repression.
What forms can such threats take? And how does the academic world deal with it? On the one hand, attempts are being made to maintain co
operation in research and teaching in countries with authoritarian, repressive and totalitarian regimes. On the other hand, universities and institutions are involved in supporting researchers who are persecuted and threatened by persecution. Isn’t that a contradiction? This speaker series is intended to stimulate thought, provide insights into the academic reality of researchers and initiate rethinking.
Leibniz University Hannover Kick-Off Event: Link to the event
Untangling the Relationship Between Internalized Heterosexism and Psychological Intimate Partner Perpetuation: Link to the event
Lessons on Repression from Turkish Universities: Link to the event
Forms of Repression in Brazil: Link to the event
Research Diplomacy vs Individual Experiences of Repression: Link to the event