CCWS calendar and events

CCWS Calendar

CCWS Meetings 2017. (Normally Wednesdays 12-14 in room 37; but check)
 

Program Autumn 2018:

15 / 08 2018:
Open

20 - 23 / 08 2018:
Visit by Professor Per Selle

27- 28 / 08  2018:
FLOW Kick-off Conference (www.flow.aau.dk)

29-08 / 2018:
Book seminar. Presentation by
Karen Nielsen Breidahl
Simon Laumann Jørgensen: Reflexise democracy - political equality and the welfare state
Magnus Andersen: Made in China

12 / 09 / 2018:
PhD presentation Magnus Andersen "Nordic childcare in China".
PhD presentation Hanne Puk Hamann Dahl "Welfare state development and religion".

26 - 27 / 09 2018:
Work and evaluation seminar (Egeholm Vestergaard)
Arranged by Christian Albrekt Larsen

10 / 10 2018:
PhD presentation Birgitte Egeskov Jensen
Præsentation Kristian K. Jensen 

24 / 10 2018:
The normative foundation of the welfare state II
Arranged by Simon Laumann Jørgensen

25-26/10 2018: SDC Beijing 
The Nordic and Chinese Welfarer State
Arranged by Morten Frederiksen

7 / 11 2018:
Poul Thøis Madsen: Economic news on refugees and immigrants on Facebook - From invisibility to dominance
Kristian K. Jensen: Civic integration among Danish and Swedish school pupils 

21 / 11 2018:
Mathias Herup Nielsen: Presentation of book on social assistance.
Henrik Lolle: Autonomy and wellbeing  

5 / 12 2018
Aalborg without ghettoes - local developments and political initiatives
Arranged by Karen Nielsen Breidahl

19 / 12 2018
Christmas lunch

 

Program Spring 2018:

10-01-2018:
PhD-presentation. Tijs Laenen
Planning

25-01-2018 – 26-01-2018:
CCWS production seminar.

07-02-2018:
Søren Etzerodt Frank: Explaining Economic Growth in Advanced Capitalist Countries: Varieties of Capitalism and Welfare Production Regimes


16-02-2018:
10.30 - 11.30: Axel West Pedersen: Recent changes in the Norwegian welfare state.
13.00 - 15.00: PhD defence Anders Bøggild Christensen

21-02-2018:

07-03-2018:
PhD-presentation Magnus Andersen

21-03-2018:
Presentation of the new TRYG project on early retirement. Per H. Jensen
Paper presention: Dutch and Danish deservingness perceptions and retrencement of unemployment benefits and social assistance. Tijs Laenen & Christian Albrekt Larsen


04-04-2018:
CCWS teaching. Meeting with head of study Jan Holm Ingeman
Cleaning up CCWS VBN-registration. Berit


16-04-2018: 13.00 - 15.00
PhD-Defense Hans Lassen: Migrants and labour market integration in Denmark

18-04-2018: Book seminar
Book presentation Mathias Herup-Nielsen
Book presentation Troels Fage Hedegaard
 

02-05-2018:Book seminar
Book presentation Karen Nielsen Breidahl
Book presenation Christian Albrekt Larsen
 

03-04-2018: 10-12. Seminar on voluntary work, civil society and the welfare state
Professor Per Selle, Bergen Univesity
Professor Lars Skolv Henriksen.


16-05-2018: 12.00 - 15.00: The normative fundation of welfare states
Betina Jacobsen, Maria Appel Nissen, Merete Monrad, Rasmus Birk, Morten Frederiksen, Mathias Herup Nielsen,
Mie Engen, Peter Vangsgaard, Simon Laumann Jørgensen, Marilena Geugjes
Detaild program


30-05-2018:
PhD-presentation Birgitte Egeskov Jensen
Research idea presentation Anna Diop-Christensen


13-06-2018: 13 - 16
Summer dinner: Aalborg Street food
Followed by wolleyball tournament / swimming

 

Program Autumn 2017:

 

13-12-2017: 9.00 -15.00
Migration and the welfare state. Full program.

13-12-2017: 17.00 -
CCWS Christmas dinner

29-11-2017: 12 -14:
Martin Munk: Social mobility and inequality in Denmark
Jeevitha Yogachandiran Qvist: Retirement timing in a social inequality perspective: Explaining social class effects on involuntary and voluntary retirement

15-11-2017: 12.30 - 14:
Knud Aaarup: Fra udenforskab til fælleskab. Bogpræsention. Fuldt program

01-11-2017: 12.30 - 14.30
Citizenship wage seminar
Kristian Kongshøj: Citizenship wage.
Erik Kristensen:  Citizenship wage

6-10-2017: 12 -14:

Trude Sundberg, University of Kent, UK: "Deservingness perceptions in Singapore and Beijing": Results from a qualitative studies.
Makiko Morita, Fujitsu:"From segregation to symbiosis – the new nature of care policy and practices in Japan”