All CIRCLES initiatives strive to
- focus on circular economy and the UN Sustainable Development Goals
- be systemic, trans-disciplinary and problem based in the research approach
- collaborate with different stakeholders NGOs, companies, public institutions
- involve research environments from all four departments
- include international perspectives and/or involvement
- integrate educational aspects
Each initiative involve a nucleus of researchers from departments across Roskilde University writing position paper(s) on relevant topics with the aim of locating and applying for relevant external funding.
A national governance approach to the political nature and role of business: Case study of the mobile telecommunications industry in AfghanistanAzizi, S. A., 2021, Roskilde: Roskilde Universitet.
Research output: Working paper › Research › peer-review
A New Wheel to Keep Capitalism Moving? The Artificial Womb in Feminist Futures and the Capitalist PresentGregoratti, C. & Horn, L., May 2021, Post-capitalist Futures: Political Economy beyond Crisis and Hope. Fishwick, A. & Kiersey, N. (eds.). London: Pluto Press, p. 67-85 19 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Book chapter › Research › peer-review
- Blackburn, P. R., Braüner, T. & Kofod, J. L., 2021, ICLA 2021 Proceedings: 9th Indian Conference on Logic and its Applications, March 4-7, 2021. Ghosh, S. & Ramanujam, R. (eds.). The Association for Logic in India, p. 34-39
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Article in proceedings › Research › peer-review
Martin Lund Kristensen (Organizer), Margit Neisig (Organizer), Trine Håkansson (Organizer), Tinka Krüger (Organizer), Sophia Ackerhans (Organizer), Carsten Schultz (Organizer), Dorthe Skovrød Christensen (Participant), Lill Andersen (Participant), Lone Gjerulff Bak (Participant), Volker Ratje (Participant), John Damm Scheuer (Participant), Johannes Kabderian Dreyer (Participant), Shirley Pollak (Participant), Jost Henrich Heckemeyer (Participant), Lars Fuglsang (Participant), Julie Hoff Sørensen (Participant), Stefan Hoffmann (Participant), Jacob Dahl Rendtorff (Participant), Frede Danborg (Participant) & Frank Meisel (Participant)3 Dec 2021
Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Participation in workshop, seminar, course
Thomas Skou Grindsted (Speaker)18 Sep 2021
Activity: Talk or presentation › Lecture and oral contribution
1 item of Media coverage
Press/Media: Press / Media
The UN Sustainable Development Goals play an important role at Roskilde University
Roskilde University’s approach towards working on the UN Sustainable Development Goals is based on interdisciplinarity and cross-sectoral cooperation.
Anthropogenic substances threaten Danish coastal waters more than we think
The harmful effects of heavy metals and other toxins in the sea, such as pesticides, are underestimated, according to new research from Roskilde University.
He wants to create the agricultural systems of the future
Henrik Hauggaard-Nielsen has a foot in two very different fields when he conducts research in close collaboration with Danish farmers.
Base at RUC
CIRCLES is an interdisciplinary center with roots in all Roskilde University departments: Department overview
It is a strategic goal at Roskilde University to conduct research and offer training programs that contribute to the achievement of the seventeen global goals for sustainable development as initiated by the UN. See education programs for bachelor and master and for our PhD schools.
Research from Roskilde University
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