Major EU research project explores new robust public solutions in turbulent times
Professor Jacob Torfing is leading a major international project to explore how the public sector can find flexible and innovative solutions in times of crisis, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, rather than seeking to get back to normal.
Young men have changed their views on flirting and boundaries after #MeToo
In a new book, gender researcher Kenneth Reinicke from Roskilde University explores how young men view harassment, masculinity and their own role in relation to women in the wake of #MeToo.
Can the world’s youth unite across geopolitical divides to address the Sustainable Development Goals?
Young people who are committed to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and are combating climate change or tackling other global challenges, may have unequal opportunities to participate, depending on where they come from in the world. How do young people experience the discrepancy between expectations of equal, global partnerships and their very different life circumstances? This is what Associate Professor Mette Fog Olwig from Roskilde University will investigate in a new research project.
New research project to provide solution for managing the green transition
The world needs a green transition, but we won't get there if we don't know how to manage and lead the interdisciplinary collaboration that will create the new green solutions. A major new international research project will lead the way.
Here in Roskilde University's research database you can find researchers from the department.