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Accountability on Global Environmental Governance Workshop

Australia
Sydney
Event start: 20151217
End date: 20151218

Event description

A report of this workshop is available here.

In partnership with the School of Social and Political Sciences and the Department of Government and International Relations

This workshop is the third in our series that brings together scholars from all over the world to apply a coherent theoretical conception of accountability across the various levels a, scales, issues and actors that compromise global environmental governance.

When: Friday 18 – Saturday 19 December 2015, 9.00 – 5.00pm

Where: Sutherland Room, Holme Building The University of Sydney 

Distinguished presenters at this event include:

Prof. Karin Bäckstrand
Prof. Lorraine Elliott
A/Prof. Aarti Gupta
Dr. Teresa Kramarz
Dr. Judith van Leeuwen
A/Prof. Susan Park
Dr. Michelle Scobie
 

More information: Abi Taylor in Department of Government and International Relations at abigail.taylor@sydney.edu.au

 

 

 


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