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Category: Lecture

Open house at Vänskapens Hus

Jonas Bredford: The RSMH grassroots movement for psychiatry protests AGAINST THE DISASSEMBLING OF THE WELFARE SOCIETY We start with serving at 16.30 Speeches with discussion at 17.00 to approx. 18.30
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Fashion memory - lecture with Philip Warkander

Fashion memory - lecture with Philip Warkander. Generally speaking, fashion looks forward while memories link us to the past. At the same time, clothes are among the most personal items we have, and memories of [...]
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Change of clothes day at the City Library

Changing clothes is good for the environment. At last year's clothing exchange days organized by the Nature Conservation Society, as many as 40 garments changed hands, which saved the environment large emissions of chemicals and carbon dioxide. In [...]
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Author visit: Niklas Kämpargård

In an increasingly troubled world, there is a growing interest in coping if a crisis situation arises. The writer and photographer Niklas Kämpargård has written the book that is currently topping the sales lists - The Crisis Handbook. [...]
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We are not idiots

Elisabeth Gerle's book We are not idiots asks fundamental questions about human outlook and democracy. Gerle warns of the consequences of viewing people as customers rather than as full-fledged citizens. [...]
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Market time

Erik Bengtsson and Charlotte Nilsson lecture on how it happened when society came to be seen as a market. The late 1900th century can be called the age of the market, but how did [...]
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Open house at Vänskapens Hus

Literary researcher Birgitta Theander, current with the book "Hänförde hus" lectures and shows pictures under the heading PRISON, REFUGE OR ADVENTURE? Home in 1900th century girls' literature. We start serving at 16.30 Speech and discussion [...]
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Sustainable forestry in Europe

The forest can have a major impact on our future climate, but poorly planned forestry can make the forest more vulnerable to drought, fires and insect attacks. Then the forest won't be [...]
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The pace must be quickened

Of course, a lot of solar and wind power is being built, and many people are getting electric cars and buying more second hand. But the transition is still too slow. The Nature Conservation Society's new chair Beatrice Rindevall speaks [...]
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Crystal sickness and dizziness

Dizziness is the third most common reason for seeking care and accounts for an estimated one million hospital visits, of which 75 are in emergency departments annually. Hear Associate Professor Mikael Karlberg, MD. doctor and specialist [...]
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The cities' useful greenery

Most people appreciate parks and other greenery in the cities. But vegetation can also help deal with challenges such as floods, heat waves, air pollution and noise. Åsa Ode Sang is a professor in [...]
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The remains of Rome

The remains of Rome and the dream of a bygone kingdom. The many ruins and objects from Roman antiquity are today one of the main reasons to visit the capital of Italy and [...]
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Better public travel

What factors are most important to those who travel by public transport, and how can the planning of journeys by bus, tram and train be improved so that public transport becomes more attractive? If this speaks [...]
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Make your own Iron Age bracelet

In all ages, people have liked to adorn themselves, glass beads are fine examples of how important colors, shapes and patterns have been. Listen when one of the Uppåkra Foundation's archaeologists [...]
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Need a new Bible translation?

The next Swedish translation of the New Testament will come in 2026. Welcome to a conversation where two of the translators talk about their work, what we can expect from NT2026 and what [...]
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Birds in the city and in the garden

How are birds affected by the environment we have created in our cities and gardens? And what can we do to make them feel better? About this, Susanne Åkesson lectures [...]
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What is a 1,5° lifestyle like?

In this workshop on climate footprint, researchers from Lund University will present the EU 1,5° Lifestyles project. The participants will get to play a special climate puzzle, which clearly shows what different elements [...]
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