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Stockholm PPE Society har som syfte att utveckla, sammanhålla och främja gemenskapen, idérikedomen och ambitionen hos studenterna vid programmet i filosofi, ekonomi och politik på Stockholms Universitet.
Föreningen arrangerar och genomföra årligen aktiviteter till studenternas fördel.
The association serves three main purposes.
Firstly, to create a platform for students and other societal actors to discuss with, engage with, and learn from one other, focusing on the themes of post-growth and transformative change for sustainability. The motivation to discuss these themes originates from current challenges emerging in increasingly complex societies around the world, particularly those issues concerning sustainable development and environmental degradation. Many different areas of scientific research show us comprehensively that we are undermining the ability of the Earth to support further human development. The imperatives of sustainable development will necessitate transformative and redistributive projects in the centuries ahead. Therefore, to change the current state of affairs and to navigate towards sustainable stewardship of the planet, societal transformations are a necessity. One significant transformation for sustainable stewardship entails changing the current unsustainable economic growth paradigm. We think that a truly sustainable society, draws on an economy that works for all. This means that distribution of wealth and well-being needs to be organized differently. Besides, the economy needs be regenerative for ecosystem processes on which we all rely. A society with an economic paradigm based on growth is unsustainable, whereas a pre-distributive and regenerative society is the most preferable future worth striving to achieve. Therefore, the main purpose of this association is to consider and debate the potential for transformations towards post growth societies, based on inclusive and sustainable economic paradigms.
The second purpose of this association is to help its members to develop professional skills: literacy, communication, active listening, organization and leadership, with a focus on transdisciplinary collaboration (i.e., between academics and non-academics). A key part if this is to enable members to develop responses and concise counter arguments to the growth based economic model. Understanding complexity and building a transdisciplinary skill-set is critical in order to cope with the social and ecological challenges of the twenty first century; therefore, the second purpose is to provide a platform to practice these skills.
The third purpose is bridging this theoretical understanding into practice. This can involve finding practices in the local Stockholm urban area, such as sharing economy initiatives, by reaching out to and engaging with relevant actors and stakeholders in local communities outside academia. Additionally, we will continue to promote the association as a transformative space.
The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is a non-profit student organization currently present in 40 countries and more than 1000 higher education institutions around Europe. It is a volunteer-based organization and was founded in 1989 with the mission to increase mobility, represent international students, and work for social and practical integration. ESN has 13.000 active members who offers services to around 350 000 international students per year.
ESN Stockholm is the ESN section at Stockholm University and of Stockholm city, and we represent our members from SU, as well as students from other HIE within the city.
What we offer our members are social activities such as cultural visits, trips, pub-crawls, parties, and other events aimed for people to get to know each other and have a great time together. We can also provide tips about daily life in Stockholm and we always try to make students’ lives easier.
If you like what you read and are still interested in knowing more about us drop us an email so we can tell you more. We are recruiting both international and Swedish volunteers to our organization. If you are interested in volunteering in helping organizing activities, meeting people from all over the world, or want to contribute with any particular set of skills, please don't hesitate to contact us.
If you want to become a member of ESN Stockholm, you can buy our membership card for 70 SEK valid for one year. Please visit our Facebook page where we announce the next card sales we will have.
Contact person: President of ESN Stockholm: George Maalouf: email@example.com
If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact the board at: firstname.lastname@example.org
"You can, because you must!"
Stockholms universitets studentkårs klubbmästeri
Moderata studenter vid Stockholms universitet arbetar aktivt med att förnya och förbättra lärosätet för studenterna. Vi arbetar flitigt med våra frågor, bland annat fribeloppet, fler bostäder och en bättre arbetsmarknadsanknytning för studenter överlag. Mycket har gjorts med Moderaterna i regeringsposition, men vi tror på att ännu mer kan göras och förbättras för en friare värld. Därför uppmanar vi just dig att gå med i Moderata studenter vid Stockholms universitet.
SMS:a MUF medlem till nr: 72550 eller swisha 1230438531 och inkludera personnummer och MST SU, och gör skillnad.
Styrelsen 2018 består av:
Ordförande: Olav Solhusløkk Höse
Vice ordförande: Erik Pitkäiniemi
Har du frågor eller vill du vara med och utveckla MST SU?
Tveka inte att höra av dig till ordförande Olav Solhusløkk Höse på Olav.email@example.com.
Liberala studenter Stockholm är organisationen för alla studenter i Stockholmsområdet med liberal värdegrund. Vi kämpar för frihet, människors lika värde och liberala bildningsideal på Stockholms universitet och högskolor. Vårt mål är att göra de röda universiteten och högskolorna lite mer liberala och frihetliga. Håll utkik efter våra blåa affischer och gör oss sällskap på nästa Pub Liberal!
Amnesty International Students of Stockholm is a part of Amnesty International Sweden. We are a group of students that fight for people whose Human Rights are/have been violated. Whether you study a subject within the Social Sciences, Natural Sciences or Formal Sciences it doesn’t matter. If you are interested in working with others and making Human Rights a reality for every human being, then you should join us!
Meetings/events are held in Swedish and English so it is open for both Swedish- and English-speaking students to join!
All of our events are posted on our Facebook and Instagram page, so you are welcome to follow us there so you can stay updated.