Doris Tarchópulos is researcher of the Global Cities Chair directed by Saskia Sassen and Richard Sennett at Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme and Theatrum Mundi - London School of Economics LSE. She received in 2012 the Ph.D. Extraordinary Prize, awared by Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya UPC, for the Thesis: Traces of a Plan for Bogota by Le Corbusier, Sert & Wiener. She held a Ph.D.
Camil-Alexandru Pârvu is associate professor of University of Bucharest with expertise in Human Rights, Representation and Electoral Systems, Political Theory.
Research project of Camil-Alexandru Pärvu
« Social movements and political parties in Central and Eastern Europe: a draft of a Polish counter-movement? »
In this lecture Professor Peter Wallensteen will discuss the different ways in which wars and conflicts can be ended. He distinguishes between victory and negotiated settlement. He demonstrates that victories seldom are as decisive as many believe, and that negotiated agreements have a better record than often assumed. In this lecture Professor Wallensteen will cover matters such as negotiations and mediation for ending conflicts and the implementation of peace with respect to exiting violence.
First meeting of the Global Streets project (Global Cities chair), with :
Saskia Sassen, Global Cities chair's
Luca Palmas, University of Genoa
Michel Agier, EHESS
Atelier TM is a group of city-makers and sound-makers working together to mutually enrich their crafts by forging shared questions and new modes of collaboration. It forms part of the Global Cities research chair at the Collège d’études mondiales, held jointly by Saskia Sassen and Richard Sennett, and is therefore based within the Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme in Paris, and part of the international Theatrum Mundi network.