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This is a match-making section for CHANSE Transformations: Social and cultural dynamics in the digital age.

General Information

  • Type: Partner looking for project
  • Organisation: Peace Institute
  • Country: Slovenia (SI)

Research area

  • Call topics:
    • Cultural Transformations in the Digital Age
    • Digitalisation and Social Transformation
  • Keywords:

    Human rights equality politics media masculinities

  • Brief description of your expertise / expertise you are looking for:

    The Peace Institute develops interdisciplinary research, educational and advocacy activities in the areas of humanities and social sciences. Our vision is an open society capable of critical thought and based on the principles of equality, responsibility, solidarity, human rights and the rule of law. The Institute carries out over 30 research and action projects yearly in cooperation with research institutes, universities, NGO’s, public bodies and other organizations from across Europe. It acts as an ally of vulnerable groups, against their discrimination and for the respect of human rights. Peace institute can contribute to various projects with expertise in political theory, labour rights, democratic media systems, human rights, gender equality and masculinities. We are experienced in qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, conducting policy analyses and theory development.

  • Brief description of your project / the project you would like to join:

    We are interested in projects addressing digitalization in relation to transformations of political action and participation (processes of de-democratization, rise of exclusionary populism, shrinking civil liberties); transformations of the relationship between work and private life; transformations of intimate and partner life; transformations and dynamics of constructing inequalities; transformations of the media and communication; and transformations of transnational migratory communities. What are historically comparable developments in specific national contexts and in Europe from which we can learn? Can they help us understand the current situation? Can we turn these transformations in a more positive way?

Contact details

Iztok Šori

Submitted on 2021-04-14 17:08:00

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