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Veranstaltungen und Termine im July 2024

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Tuesday, 02.07.2024

02.07.2024, 10:00 - 15:00

TUMgesund Gesundheitstag am Campus Garching

Im Rahmen der betrieblichen Gesundheitsförderung an der TUM werden an diesem Tag Aktionen rund um die Gesundheit angeboten.

Ort
Campus Garching - Magistrale Maschinenwesen



Wednesday, 03.07.2024

03.07.2024, 18:00 - 19:30

Peace, Joy and… Pancakes (in prison)? Challenges, Changes and Chances in SDG 16

SDG 16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.   What does this mean when we talk about crimes, their victims, the perpetrators and incarceration? What about our “habits and traditions” of “punishing the offender” by taking the conflict away from the victim – and partly from “society” – by simply sending people behind the bars of prison? What can we do to restore justice? And what about sustainability, when up to 70% of prisoners relapse into crime within the first five years of their release? What do we do with national conflicts and their consequences that are often and quickly referred to as “peace”, as in Colombia? Let’s explore together the concepts of: Restorative Justice as a new paradigm for the old problem of “stolen conflict”, the challenges of “peace building” and the gap between personal trauma counseling and public restoration, the role of NGOs in failing states and challenged societies as actors for peace, freedom and sustainability, and the opportunities for students to design, create and produce opportunities for change in an “en detail” example: Rethinking ‘Prison and Corrections’: a new generation of greener, more inclusive and sustainable prisons.

Ort
Hybrid: Lecture Hall N1190 and via Zoom

Kontakt
rivo@fs.tum.de


Tuesday, 09.07.2024

09.07.2024, 19:00 - 20:30

TUM@Freising: Saufen ist nicht alles! - Nachhaltige Nutzung von Wasser bei der Milcherzeugung

Relevante Inhalte, verständliche Sprache und unterhaltsame Präsentation – so bringt TUM@Freising die Wissenschaft in die Stadt. Eine anschließende Diskussion nach jedem Vortrag ist ausdrücklich erwünscht, denn Wissenschaft lebt vom Meinungsaustausch. Weitere Informationen und die Aufzeichnungen früherer Vorträge unter: www.ls.tum.de/ls/presse/tumfreising/ Der Einlass beginnt um 18:30 Uhr und der Eintritt ist frei.

Ort
Lindenkeller Freising

Kontakt
Sonja Böhm


Wednesday, 10.07.2024

10.07.2024, 18:00 - 19:30

Navigating Sustainability: Exploring Discourses, Identities, and Online Learning Networks in Latin American Activism

What does activism for sustainable development look like? How do activists navigate ‘sustainable development’ discourses and identities? And what role do online learning networks play in reshaping their practices? Drawing from activist ethnographic research conducted in Latin America, this talk sheds light on how activists strategically navigate discourses and identities related to sustainable development. However, amidst this strategic flexibility, there exists a looming risk: the overshadowing or sidelining of grassroots community engagement. Ecological endeavours are inherently intertwined with political implications, and socio-political arguments are deeply embedded within ecological concerns (Harvey, 2018). The complexities of ecological and socio-political dimensions demand that they be viewed as interconnected and influencing one another in intricate ways. The talk invites us to maintain a critical lens on the discourses surrounding ‘sustainable development’. By interrogating and challenging dominant discourses, activists can continue to strive for sustainable development that genuinely empowers communities and catalyzes meaningful change, not just in Latin America but beyond.

Ort
Hybrid: Lecture Hall N1190 and via Zoom

Kontakt
rivo@fs.tum.de


Wednesday, 17.07.2024

17.07.2024, 06:00 - 07:00

Working with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Crisis Zones: Can MSF Really Make a Change and an Sustainable Impact?

Countless individuals globally endure ongoing conflict and preventable illnesses, particularly impacting the most vulnerable, such as infants and children. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) medicals undertake courageous missions in these regions, striving to save lives and improve healthcare conditions. One of these doctors is Monika Ried. In the lecture, she’ll talk about her experiences in Yemen, Iraq, and Nigeria, where she and her colleagues helped people hurt by war, provided care for Yazidi refugees who suffered under genocide, and fought against diseases like Diphtheria. Let’s hear about how she and the team from MSF are helping in places without stable government, supporting their colleagues in tough situations, saving patients, and trying to find ways to stop poverty and unfairness.

Ort
Hybrid: Lecture Hall N1190 and via Zoom

Kontakt
rivo@fs.tum.de