Two researchers of the research project Demilitarisation in an increasingly militarised world participated in the workshop ”Democracy, Human Rights and Peace: Contested and Reclaimed” which took place 23-24 August at the University of Jyväskylä (Finland). The workshop is the result of cooperation between three research groups: Civic Constellation II: Debating Democracy and Rights, led by Professor José Maria Rosales, University of Málaga, Spain; Research project Transformations of Concepts and Institutions in the European Polity (TRACE), Jyväskylä university and Research project Demilitarisation in an increasingly militarised world, The Åland Islands Peace Institute.
Saila Heinikoski presented a paper entitled Non-Alignment and Demilitarisation – What Do These Concepts Mean in Today’s World? Sia Spiliopoulou Åkermark presented research under the heading Security, Identity, Self-Government – Reflections on Similarities and Differences Between Greenland and the Åland Islands.
The Conference programme can be found here.