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Falling Walls: Can Civil Society rock global North-South divisions? What are its Resources, Agents and Limits?

Opusculum 164 | 20.06.2022 | Wolfgang Goede | Invisible walls, cemented by historic inequity, must

Falling Walls: Can Civil Society rock global North-South divisions? What are its Resources, Agents and Limits?

Opusculum 164 | 20.06.2022 | Wolfgang Chr. Goede über das Potenzial der Zivilgesellschaft im Nord-Süd-Gefälle Abstract The world is at a turning point. The …

OP 160: What is Civil Society? A Primer

Opusculum 160 I 03.01.2022 I Rupert G. Strachwitz | Unser Basiswissen Zivilgesellschaft gibt es jetzt auch auf

Annual Report 2019

COVID-19 and the ‘business of bordering’: The rise of citizen detectives and state implemented borderwork-practices | In the Corona crisis: a voice from civil society 17 | 17.07.2020

The corona virus outbreak induced awave of fear in citizens world-wide, causing them to increasingly want to protect what’s theirs. This gave way to a …

Corona: A virus shaking the world, reshaping tomorrow A View from Morocco | In the Corona crisis: a voice from civil society 12 | 12.06.2020

This biological disaster might be a chance for autocratic regimes to reconsider their politics and instead of wasting their budgets on disciplining and …

Tandems of lay experts and academic experts – How new civil societal collaboration models enhance societal transformation

Opusculum 136 | 01.06.2020 | Wolfgang Chr. Goede on how new civil societal collaboration models can enhance societal

Rupert Strachwitz

Dr. Rupert Graf Strachwitz
Director of the Maecenata Institute
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