Webinar- Blue Criminology: Rethinking crime at sea 25/11/2020 1PM GMT

The Centre for Blue Governance warmly invites you to a webinar by Christian Bueger, University of Copenhagen, and Tim Edmunds, University of Bristol, titled: “Blue Criminology: Rethinking crime at sea” 1.00 – 2.00pm (+0 GMT) 25th November 2020 Online webinar Free Registration Here The resurgent interest in the oceans as part of the maritime security, blue economy and marine conservation agenda, has brought the harm caused by different crimes at sea to the forefront of the international agenda. Modern piracy and its impact on international transport, regional ocean economies and the seafaring profession, as well as the ways that illegal fishing undermines sustainable resource management and conservation efforts stand paradigmatically for this new attention. The new attention to crime at sea, has so far, however, not led to an integrated agenda. Crimes are interpreted in isolation from each other and there is a lack of understanding of the oceans as one integrated space in need of protection from those harms. In this talk, Christian and Tim will: introduce the agenda of blue criminology as a way to respond to this ocean challenge. Show how the concept of blue crime provides a way of how to rethink the linkages between different manifestations […]

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L’impossible décolonisation des sciences sociales françaises ?

À la suite de l’entretien donné par le ministre de l’Éducation nationale au Journal du dimanche le 25 octobre, une tribune rassemblant cent universitaires entreprend dans Le Monde de défendre ses propos sur l’« islamo-gauchisme » mais aussi sur le risque que représentent : « les idéologies indigéniste, racialiste et “décoloniale” (transférées des campus nord-américains), « bien présentes » dans les universités et y « nourrissant une haine des “Blancs” et de la France. » Read more Originally published on The Conversation FR

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