Tag Archives: Pakistan

Successful film screening of Sara Singh’s film on Partition

On Friday 19 February, SASA in collaboration with SASNET screened the award-winning film The Sky Below by Indo-American film director Sara Singh, specially invited to Sweden for this event. The film deals with the Partition of India, and was screened at Edens Hörsal, House Eden, Paradisgatan 5 H in Lund. See the poster. The event was well attended by students and scholars … Continue reading

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Pakistan in focus for third Fika without borders seminar

SASA organised its third 2015 Fika without borders seminar on Thursday 7 May 2015,17–19, at the usual venue: the basement floor at Lund University External Relations (ER) building, Stora Algatan 4, Lund. See poster. The May 7th event was dedicated to Pakistan, and two interesting presentations on Sufi tradition in South Asia were given by Dr. Uzma Rehman from the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) … Continue reading

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Third Fika without borders event focused on Pakistan

The South Asian Student Association at Lund University (SASA) – the student body of SASNET –  organised its third informal Fika Without Borders South Asia event in collaboration with SASNET on Thursday 5 June 2014, 17.00–19.00. The theme country for this month’s event was Pakistan, and the event drew a mixed crowd of Pakistani, Indian, Bangladeshi, Nepalese and other international Lund University students … Continue reading

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Seminar on the struggle for Azadi in Kashmir

Assistant Professor Farrukh Faheem from the South Asia Centre for Studies in Conflict Peace and Human Security, School of Social Work, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai, India, held an interesting SASNET lecture at Lund University on Tuesday 22 April 2014, 15.15–17.00. He spoke about ”Understanding Struggle for Azadi in Kashmir: Interrogating the Ordinary”, based on his own research … Continue reading

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SASNET seminar on Democratic Struggle in South Asia from a youth perspective

A seminar entitled South Asia’s Democratic Struggle – Youth Perspectives was held at Lund University on Monday 3 March 2014, 16.00–18.00. This well-attended event was jointly organised by SASNET, the South Asian Students Association (SASA), the School of Social Work, and South Asian participants in the ongoing Social Innovation in a Digital Context (SIDC) programme at Lund University. The purpose of the seminar … Continue reading

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