Under the title "Research on Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood: What have we learned?" Christopher Daase, Nicole Deitelhoff, Stephen D. Krasner, Amrita Narlikar, Christian Neuhäuser and Shalini Randeria discuss the findings of SFB 700 hosted by Tanja Börzel.
The Welcoming Speech is held by the President of FU Berlin Peter-André Alt.
Under the title "Foreign Policy and Areas of Limited Statehood" Rüdiger König from the German Federal Foreign Office, Stephen D. Krasner, Mercator Fellow, and Rangin Dadfar Spanta, former Foreign Minister of Afghanistan, discuss SFB 700's policy findings hosted by Thomas Risse.
As part of the SFB 700’s Jour Fixe series, Prof. Christian Neuhäuser of the Technical University of Dortmund presented his research on the “Political Responsibility of Private Actors in Areas of Limited Statehood” on February 9.
On July 14, 2016, Prof. Dietlind Stolle held a guest lecture titled “The Sources of Generalized Trust“ at the SFB 700.
On June 09, 2016, Prof. Stephen D. Krasner held a guest lecture titled “State Building: Outside In“ at the SFB 700.
On November 26, 2015, Prof. Steven Livingston of George Washington University, Washington DC, held a guest lecture at the offices of the SFB 700. The presentation was titled “Human Rights in Areas of Limited Statehood: Looking Beyond the Boomerang and Spiral Models.”
Expert Opinion by Dr. Jan Koehler before the Subcommittee for Civilian Crisis Prevention, Conflict Management, and Coordinated Action
On September 28, Dr. Jan Koehler spoke as an expert authority on “Evaluating Civilian Crisis Prevention and Conflict Management” before the Subcommittee for Civilian Crisis Prevention, Conflict Management, and Coordinated Action at the Federal Foreign Office.
Talk by Amrita Narlikar (GIGA)
As part of her stay as a visiting scientist at the SFB 700, Shalini Randeria gave a talk on the July 3rd 2014 titled "Urban Governance and Policy Making -- An Ethnographic Perspective".
Public panel discussion with the Department of Foreign Affairs at the Long Night of the Sciences 2014, titled: "Attention! Handle with Care! Fragile Statehood as a Challenge for International Politics"
"Civil Self-help Associations as an Alternative to Market and State-led Governance: The case of Burial Societies in Poor Urban Cape Town, South Africa."
Guest lecture with Moliehi Shale (University of Cape Town)
"Kassandra oder Athene? Über die Rolle von Nicht-Regierungsorganisationen beim Schutz der Menschenrechte"
The panel discussion titled "Cassandra or Athena? The role of Non-governmental Organisations and the Protection of Human Rights" with Human Rights Watch was held at the Long Night of the Sciences 2012.
Presentation by Jan Köhler (Research Project C9) on November 28, 2011 in the parliamentary chambers of the CDU/CSU Fraktion in the German Bundestag
Guest lecture with Ryan Sheely (Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University), Jour Fixe SFB 700, Berlin
Guest lecture with Aseem Prakash (Political Science Department, University of Washington)
Guest lecture with Prof. Dr. Lars-Erik Cederman (Professor of International Conflict Studies at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich), Jour Fixe SFB 700, Berlin
Academic keynote address by James C. Scott (Yale Unversity)
Panel discussion at the International Conference of the SFB 700:"Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood: By Whom, for Whom, and to What Effect?"
"The repression of witchcraft in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Contributing to the Africanization of Congolese law"
Guest lecture with Baudouin Wikha Tshibinda (Assistant at the faculty of law, Université de Lumbumbashi)
"The Role of Information and Information Technology in Governance. Evidence from the Democratic Republic of Congo"
Guest lecture with Steven Livingston (School of Media and Public Affairs, George Washington University), Jour Fixe SFB 700, Berlin
Public Panel Discussion at the Long Night of the Sciences 2010 titled "Can't they or don't they want to? Statehood and the Protection of Human Rights"
Guest lecture with Stephen D. Krasner (Stanford University), Jour Fixe SFB 700, Berlin