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Recent protests to end anti-black racism have heightened awareness of the structural roots of racism and its persistence in societies all over the globe.
Roméo Dallaire was appointed this years Cleveringa Professor at Leiden University. The retired Lieutenant-General (Canadien Forces) was the chief of the UN peacekeeping mission in Rwanda in 1994. He talks about the Genocide in Rwanda and the traumatic experiences. General Dellaire will hold his…
Don’t forget to save the 3rd and 4th November for the 6th annual Big Data conference, hosted by Linnaeus University, Sweden!
The seven universities Birmingham, Cologne, Florence, Leiden, Linneaus, Nantes and Semmelweis successfully started their journey to become a truly European University on 17th November 2020.
On 11th November 2020, the University of Cologne signed the cooperation agreement with the famous World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Israel. Announcing the signing on November 9th, the commemoration day of the Kristallnacht pogroms, comes along with the importance of this date for the history of…
Artificial intelligence (AI) models are now capable of collecting and analysing enormously large datasets in ways that are challenging fundamental values embraced within Europe and the United States.
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