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  • Sexual violence is a driver of women's political mobilization

    [4 Jun 2019] Sexual violence in armed conflict does not necessarily silence women. On the contrary, sexual violence can be a driver of women's political mobilization for peace and women's rights, a dissertation from the University of Gothenburg shows.

  • Policy Dialogue Day 2018: New Challenges to Democracy, Governance, and Peace

    [15 May 2019] Media and digital tools are shaking up political communication. Political exclusion and populism threaten democratic progress and good governance. Non-state actors become increasingly involved in various aspects of governance. These and other challenges affect democracy, governance and peace both at national and local level in many countries.

  • New V-Dem Data on the 2018's State of Democracy

    [8 Apr 2019] Scholars, policy makers and journalists from around the world are using data from the Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) Project in order to understand the current challenges to democracy. Today, the V-Dem Institute has released an updated version of its award-winning dataset covering 202 countries from 1789 to 2018.

  • More and more democracies are creeping towards dictatorships

    [3 Apr 2019] A wave of decline in democratic rule is in progress, with more and more countries becoming less democratic and more autocratic. This has been shown by a new study from the V-Dem Institute at the University of Gothenburg.

  • New option: Three elective courses in European studies

    [21 Mar 2019] Now we present three courses as electives for students of the Master's Programme in European Studies, Europaprogrammet or for anyone taking courses at the University of Gothenburg.

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