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We roll out the rainbow carpet...

The campus of the University of Erfurt is colourful. Diverse. We want to show that. With an small event at the start of the winter semester, in which all university members are invited to participate.

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Free training offer for student assistants

As part of the eTEACH network Thuringia, in which the University of Erfurt is also involved, a free training course for student assistants ("Tutoren@eTeach") is again available. In this training, student assistants can be qualified as e-tutors in…

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Karina Marzano explains Germany’s new Supply Chain Due Diligence Act

Based on a new German law that addresses due diligence in global supply chains, debates arose about the responsibility of German companies when they operate abroad. On October 6, Karina Marzano contributed to this discussion by analyzing the new law…

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Europe‘s energy crunch: Andreas Goldthau comments on the current crisis

On 6 October 2021, Professor Andreas Goldthau discussed the energy crunch on Al Jazeera’s “Inside Story with Darren Jordon”. In his analysis, he focused on explaining the current gas shortages, the geopolitics of the current crisis, and the…

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"Attacks on free science are attacks on our democratic society"

They are the target of "hate speech" in social media, find themselves in tendentious press articles or have to defend themselves against the manipulation of their Wikipedia portraits: Scientists of all disciplines who critically deal with the Corona…

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Brandt School welcomes new Senior Brandt Fellows

The Brandt School announces its new “Senior Brandt Fellows” program, distinguished public policy professionals who will enrich the School’s portfolio with their experience and expertise, and welcomes the first two fellows: Carmen Niethammer and Achim…

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Introduced: Sophia Hoffmann

She is the new face of "International Politics and Conflict Research" at the University of Erfurt: Professor Sophia Hoffmann. On 1 October, the 42-year-old begins her work at the university - more precisely at the Faculty of Economics, Law and Social…

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Myanmar today: With Poetry and Courage against Tyranny

Post-doctoral fellow Jasmin Lorch moderated a conversation between US-Burmese author Wendy Law-Yone and Burmese freelance journalist Thin Lei Win at the Berlin International Literature Festival on 10 September 2021.

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