Jana Hönke will speak at the event ‘Partnering with business to promote human security and the SDGs: comparative experiences ‘ hosted by LSE IDEAS and Universidad del Rosario, supported by LSE KEIF. She will reflect the limitation and risks of such collaborations, drawing, among others from her paper, ‘Transnational Clientelism, Global (Resource) Governance, and the Disciplining of Dissent ‘ published in 2018 on International Political Sociology and insights from the Infraglob project. The paper is open-access and can be downloaded at https://academic.oup.com/ips/article/12/2/109/5001838?login=true. For citation: Hönke, Jana. “Transnational Clientelism, Global (Resource) Governance, and the Disciplining of Dissent.” International Political Sociology 12, no. 2 (2018): 109-124.
This conference is over two days, from 2 pm to 5.30 pm BST (3 pm to 6.30 pm CET) on both Tuesday 13 April and Wednesday 14 April. The link to the conference webpage is: Partnering with business to promote human security and the SDGs: comparative experiences (lse.ac.uk). To register for Jana Hönke’s talk (on the second day): https://lse.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_O5wIfUCyQIOOAbxSGxlaHw.