Announcement by an IP Stakeholder: On-going lecture series about indian culture and relations between Europe and India at the University of Pardubice (CZ)

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1) Sufiya Pathan and Martin Fárek: “European Stereotypes about India“. Introductory lecture of the series, focussing on the question of rape in India. 2) Martin Fárek and Tess Joss: “Did India benefit from colonialism?“. A two-part lecture on the effects of colonialism on India and how colonial consciousness affects Indians today. 3) Rahul Sharma and […]...

When:1 January, 2015 - 30 June, 2015
Focus Domain:Social sciences and humanities
Location:Pardubice, India

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Symposium “European understanding of Asian cultures. The role of religion in contemporary discussions”

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This was an international symposium based on the research of the international team for the comparative science of cultures. The symposium was attended by Prof. Jakob de Roover (Gent University), Prof. Róbert Gáfrik (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava), and Prof. Martin Fárek (University of Pardubice) with his team....

When:26 November, 2015 - 27 November, 2015
Location:Pardubice, India

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Announcement by an IP Stakeholder: Monday Close Reading Sessions at the Department for the Study of Religions, University of Pardubice (CZ)

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These sessions are organised for the faculty and PhD students of the department, with a focus on issues related to India-Europe relations. Over the last year, some of the topics debated in these sessions were: the caste-system, native religions or traditions of India and European colonialism of India....

When:1 January, 2015 - 31 December, 2020
Location:Pardubice, Czech Republic

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Announcement by a Stakeholder: University of Pardubice delegates visit RAI University in Ahmedabad

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A University of Pardubice delegation, under the lead of prof. Martin Fárek, visited the fast growing Rai University. As a result, the Rai University decision makers are interested in joining India Platform as stakeholders. Further meetings are being planned....

When:30 November, 2015 - 10 December, 2015
Focus Domain:Social sciences and humanities, Social sciences and humanities, Liveable Cities, School education, Social sciences and humanities
Location:Ahmedabad, India

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Announcement by an IP Preferred Partner: Ruchica project in Rehabilitation

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Valentin Schroyen, physical therapist, and Herman Kuppers, MD, both teaching at Hasselt University, Faculty of Medicine and Life Sciences, Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy, are participating in the Ruchika Social Service Organisation (RSSO, www.Ruchika.org.) in Bhubaneswar, the capital of Odisha. They visit the project twice a year during a two-week visit. Ruchika Social Service Organisation (RSSO) […]...

When:1 January, 2014 - 31 December, 2015
Location:Hasselt, Belgium

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Research collaborations by the University of Hasselt

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Hasselt University organised several short research stays (Business Economics / Sciences), a Bilateral Research Cooperation (Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy), and 18 internships in India (Medicine, Rehabilitation Sciences and Architecture). The Transporation Research Institute participated in the Liveable Cities Study Visit and sees possibilities for a continuation of the contacts here....

When:1 January, 2014 - 31 December, 2015
Location:Hasselt, Belgium

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Announcement by an IP Preferred Partner: “India workshops evening for students with medical background as preparation for stay in India” at Hasselt University

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Prof. Dr. em. Winand Callewaert (retired but still teaching Sanskrit), Dr. Meia Walraevens (Asia History) and Ms. Sanah Shaikh (researcher at Hasselt University and Antwerp), gave us a fascinating view on modern India. The evening was open for all students and teachers of Hasselt University and PXL....

When:1 January, 2014 - 31 December, 2015
Location:Hasselt, Belgium

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Roundtable “Bondgenoten voor Indo-Europese relaties” (Allies in building Indo-European relations)

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As a first step in a series of meetings, a small group of people concerned about the relationships between India and Europe on a political level was invited to have a roundtable discussion. The group was chaired by Mrs. Sarah Claerhout, Member of Parliament (Belgium) and chair of the Inter Parliamentary Union (India) and consisted […]...

When:15 February, 2016 - 15 February, 2016
Focus Domain:Social sciences and humanities
Location:Ghent, Belgium

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Ghent Book Launch “Europe, India and the limits of secularism” by Jakob De Roover

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“Europe, India and the limits of secularism”, an Oxford University Press Hardback book by Jakob De Roover, will be presented and discussed.   Opening of the evening by: Prof. Dr. Koen Goethals, Ghent University Chief Academic Officer A conversation on the limits of secularism with: Prof. Dr. Prakash Shah, School of Law, Queen Mary University of […]...

When:22 April, 2016, 6:00 pm - 22 April, 2016, 10:00 pm
Focus Domain:Social sciences and humanities
Location:Ghent, Belgium

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Announcement by UGent: “Epilepsy Surgery” Hands-on Cadaver Workshop 16th and 17th April, 2016

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M. S. Ramaiah Institute of Neurosciences, M.S. Ramaiah Medical College and Hospitals, in collaboration with M.S.Ramaiah Advanced Learning Center, conducts “Epilepsy Surgery”, a Hands-on Cadaver Workshop on 16th and 17th April, 2016 A Cadaver hands-on training course was organised by the M.S. Ramaiah Insittute of Neuroscience on the 16th and 17th of April 2016, for Neurologists, Epileptologists and Neurosurgeons […]...

When:16 April, 2016 - 17 April, 2016
Location:Bengaluru, India

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