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"We will occupy until the next election!” – Sollefteå Hospital and public healthcare restructuring

Society and economy

Seminar with Desirée Enlund, post-doctoral researcher at Tema Genus at Linköping University working in the project "Sustainability means inclusivity: Engaging citizens in early stage smart city development". The project explores smart city technology and development through a bottom-up perspective on a case study in Norrköping.

Lecture,
Seminar
Date
8 Oct 2020
Time
13:15 - 15:00

Participants
Desirée Enlund, Umeå University
Good to know
Arranged by the Forum for Civil Society, Social Movement and Resistance research (CSM-RESIST).
Organizer
Department of Sociology and Work Science

Desirée Enlund has a PhD in Human Geography from Umeå University, where she in April 2020 defended her thesis on contentious politics, social movements and cooperatives struggling around the restructuring of Swedish public healthcare.