ISS Newsletter June 2022

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Newsletter June 2022
Apply for the 2022/23 Academic Year [MA programme] The Development Studies programme equips you with theory, knowledge and practice to understand global development issues. Our application deadline ends on 1 July. Will we welcome you this September? 
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Recap with Prince Claus chairholder  [Inaugural address] On Tuesday, 24 May, Khayaat Fakier delivered a poignant lecture about her research that puts care at the centre of our equity and development debates, especially regarding the environment.
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Upcoming inaugurals for appointed professors [Inaugural] We are happy to announce the lectures by Rosalba Icaza and Lorenzo PellegriniThe date of the lecture by Andrew Fischer is tba. All three are newly appointed professors at ISS.
Successful PhD Defences at ISS  [Promotion] Congratulations to Dr Delphin Ntanyoma and Dr Willem van Eekelen, who successfully defended their dissertation. You can now find the recordings and photos of their ceremonies online.
Preventing global food shortages [ISS in the Media] There is a growing risk of a global food crisis. And the war on Ukraine means fewer grain exports. What are some local solutions? Associate Professor Oane Visser stopped by Dutch outlet NPO Radio 1 to discuss this issue in-depth. Listen (in Dutch) >
Is Palestine the ‘litmus test of the West’?[Event] Human rights organizations, like Amnesty International, deem Israel an apartheid state directed against Palestine. Scholar Omar Barghouti and various speakers recently weighed in on a discussion over this critically-important topic. 
Our event recap > 
Environmental justice for all [Seminar] As a research fellow of Pakhuis De Zwijgers’ ‘Designing Cities for All’ programme, Assistant Professor Daphina Misiedjan is on a mission to help others (re)think about how people and the environment are related. Watch the latest seminar >
‘The Platform Economy: Opportunities and risks’ [DevISSues] Does the gig economy provide opportunities or does it simply further exploit the poor and disadvantaged? In the latest DevISSues we look into these questions.
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Upcoming Events
15 Jun 14:00 Prince Claus Chair Roundtable
discussion: ‘From climate colonialism to energy sovereignty’
16 Jun 16:00 World Storytelling at ISS
22 Jun 16:00 Why Vulnerability Still Matters. The Politics of Disaster Risk Creation
23 Jun 16:00 Inaugural lecture by Rosalba Icaza: Tanteando en la obscuridad: Decolonial Feminist Horizons
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