Conference results

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Conference report

Mobility — Development — Culture
Towards Sustainable Transport Strategies
Bentje Woitschach

Theses for the Bonn Symposium 2011

Mobility – Development – Culture
17 Theses Towards equitable low-carbon mobility 
in developing and emerging countries
Dr Jürgen Perschon


Mobility – Development – Culture: 
Towards Sustainable Transport Strategies
Mac Mashiri

Sustainable mobility as a ‘cultural’ challenge (pdf)
Professor John Urry

Conference Programme

Programme (pdf)
1 – 2 December 2011
Deutsche Welle and Haus der Geschichte, Bonn

We have to protect the sustainable transport practices in India (pdf)
Anumita Roy Cowdhury

Video Interviews
Axel FriedrichRehana Moosajee

The Global Refugee Crisis: Towards a just response


With their effort to keep refugees and migrants out of their territories, Western nations abdicate their historical and political responsibility, according to the analysis of the renowned Indian migration researcher B.S. Chimni in GLOBAL TRENDS. ANALYSIS 03|2018. Chimni therefore calls for a just response from the international community to the global refugee crisis. Such a response could only consist of a multidimensional strategy that had to be worked out in a genuine dialogue between all stakeholders.

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How to defend digital rights?


Internet freedom is threatened in many states by restrictions to net neutrality or by governments shutting down internet applications. But there are rays of hope. In different world regions, civil society is mobilizing to protect net neutrality. sef: discussed activists’ experiences from different world regions with ´Gbenga Sesan from Nigeria and Thomas Lohninger from Austria during a roundtable talk at the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum.

Read the most important results of the discussion in our short report

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