The Åland Islands Peace Institute organises seminars, conferences, and lectures aimed at researchers, politicians, government officials, civil society, and the general public.
“The Kastelholm Talks on Peace” are organised annually in March. In the autumn, a scientific symposium is arranged under the umbrella name “Ålandssymposiet”. It is linked to the Peace Institute’s research activities and is usually geared towards an international public. Open lunch seminars on contemporary themes are organised at regular intervals during the year.The Åland Islands Peace Institute also organises research talks for invited guests.
The Peace Institute’s researchers and staff participate as lecturers and participants at seminars and conferences that are organised by other parties, and may also act as co-organisers of such events.
The Peace Institute also holds presentations as well as training for different target groups.
The second seminar in the series “25 years in the EU: experiences of Åland” takes place on 25th November 2020. The seminar is organized by the Statistics Åland and is held in Swedish. The speakers, Jouko Kinnunen and Kenth Häggblom from Åland Statistics and Johanna Fogelström-Duns from the Office of
In a seminar series given during autumn 2020 and spring 2021 the Åland Islands Peace Institute and Statistics Åland will present results from an evaluation of what the EU-membership has meant for Åland during 25 years. The evaluation has been commissioned by the Åland Government. The first seminar in the
Lunch Seminar 9.10.2019 – Edvard Johansson: Small Economies and Global Trends – How Can Åland Meet the Future?
Date: Wednesday 9 October 2019 Time: 11.30-12.30 Location: Restaurant, Hotel Arkipelag Language: Swedish In a time when the cities grow and the digital development advances with giant steps, small societies get into trouble. In the light of such trends and from an economic perspective, what are the prospects for the