Friday 17th of February 2017, 13:00-17:30 o’clock
Venue: House of Sciences and Letters
There are two sessions for the working groups. Session 1 lasts from 13:00 till 15:00, and Session 2 lasts from 15:30 till 17:30.
The thematic working group sessions represent the main bulk of academic debates during the conference. They are organized thematically and open to all registered participants in the conference, including those who do not present a paper. The working language is English.
1 Contested environments and politics of resource control
2 The politics of claim-making and citizenship in the global South
3 From aid to trade: Private authoritarianism in the public development aid policy
4 Authoritarian traces in urban landscapes
5 Authoritarianism and civil society: Implications for organizing and mobilizing?
6 Structures and agencies in the Global South towards democratic or authoritarian environmental governance? – Vulnerable groups in focus
7 Authoritarian Neoliberalism: Embedding Capitalist Development in Non-Democratic Regimes
8 Development Cooperation, Power and Authority
9 Research challenges in authoritarian global South