Arabic, Spanish, Persian
You want to learn languages that aren’t easy to find in Salzburg, get to know other countries and meet new friends? Then our intercultural language courses are the right place for you! Weekly, 90 minutes with native speaking teachers in small groups, length: one semester. (Max. 15 participants)
Dates: from 12 March until June 2018 (No classes on school holidays – see Universität Salzburg class calendar for SS 2018)
Venue: AAI, Study room (2nd floor) or Seminar room – See information notice on the ground floor
Registration: until 5 March 2018 via Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0662/841413-13
Course fee: (90 minutes a week): 95 Euro | Students and SN-CARD holders: 79 Euro.
Cancellation: It is possible to cancel the registration and receive a total refund before the 3rd day of class.
Indian classical dance
Instructress: Nayana Bhat (contemporary dancer)
Date/venue: Mon, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm, starting on 12 March until 25 June 2018. AAI, Study room (2nd Floor)
Contribution: 95 Euro / 79 Euro Students or SN Card holders
The Indian film industry has made this classical dance more and more popular worldwide. In Bharatanatyam, elements like rhythm, melody, abstract and expressive dance are joined together with feelings. Every dance position and every step is mathematically calculated and exactly set. Each eye and finger position has a special meaning. Now there is the one-time opportunity to learn this millennial dance stile in Salzburg, which is one of the most perfect forms of art in India.
In English and German.
Date/Venue: Tue, 27 February 2018, 10:00 am; AAI, Study room (2nd floor)
Speaker: Melissa Villegas (Representative of the Kfb – Partner organization VAMOS MUJER, Colombia)
For the past 60 years, the Katholische Frauenbewegung (The Austrian Catholic Women's Movement) has declared its solidarity with the women of the South. More than 100 projects are supported, supervised and accompanied. As part of the Familienfasttag campaign (Family Fast Day campaign), Melissa Villegas, from VAMOS MUJER Colombia, will be visiting us. After decades of civil war, peace and security in Colombia seem to be within reach. However, the wounds heal slowly and violence, especially against women and girls, is still ubiquitous. VAMOS MUJER is committed to positioning women and girls as key players in peacebuilding. In the course of this breakfast, we will have the opportunity to talk to Ms. Villegas and learn more about the work of VAMOS MUJER.
In German and Spanish
A joint event by: AAI Salzburg, Katholische Frauenbewegung
People in Motion - Oral Presentation and Discussion
Speaker: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Patrick Sakdapolrak, Population geography and demography at Universität Wien
Date / Venue: Thu, 15 March 2018, 7:00 pm; AAI, Clubraum (ground floor)
Climate change is seen in public debate as an increasingly major factor of migration. In connection with the Arab Spring, the war in Syria and the terrorist insurgency Boko Haram in Nigeria, climate change also plays an important role for migrating. But is this simple causal explanation enough to explain such a multi-faceted and multicausal phenomenon as migration? Does climate change really cause global migration or is the overemphasis on climate misleading and distracting from the actual immediate causes of conflict?
A joint event by: AAI Salzburg, Südwind Salzburg, Uni Salzburg, department social and economic geography