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IASS Workshop

Climate Change and the Politics of Disinformation: Implications for Democratic Governance

As the evidence for disruptive climate change has mounted over the last decades, organized attacks on climate science have grown, along with the production of large volumes of disinformation that has discouraged more decisive political action. This workshop examines the organization and the political aims of these attacks, the role of social and conventional media in their spread, and the importance of radical right movements and parties in providing visible public support.

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Exhibition

EXAMPLES TO FOLLOW! 18th expeditions in aesthetics and sustainability

The 18th expeditions in aesthetics and sustainability will open on Saturday, 27 July 2019 at 17:00 in Erfurt. The duration oft the whole exhibtion will be from 28 July - 22 September 2019. This unusual station was initiated by the Advisory Board for Sustainable Development in Thuringia, supported by Thuringia's Ministry for the Environment, Energy and Nature Conservation and the State Capital Erfurt.

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Workshop

Exploring the relational core of transformation

This workshop will provide a co-creative reflexive space for participants of the Spirit of Humanity Forum to engage in the question „What enables us to transform separation and fear into connection and compassion?” There will be space for the participants to exchange and explore their experiences where inner transformation guided successful leadership towards sustainability. Also we will engage in silent reflection and contemplative dialogue to deepen our connection with our inner sources for transformative leadership. Lastly, we will offer a brief format of mutually supporting each other in identifying concrete implications for our different work contexts.

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IASS Methodology Workshop, with Silvio Funtowicz and Bruna de Marchi

Silvio Funtowicz (Center for the Study of the Humanities, University of Bergen) and Bruna de Marchi (Center for the Study of the Humanities, University of Bergen) will give an input at this workshop. Mr Funtowicz will speak on "The emergence and current relevance of Post Normal Science" and the input of Mrs De Marchi has the title "Public participation in risk governance is fair.
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