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Monday 23 November, Hans Rosling will give an open lecture at Uppsala University. The title of the lecture is “Civil War, Aid, Competition and Latte – a fact based view on four types of countries”.
The lecture is given in Swedish and moderated by the science journalist Jan-Olov Johansson
Date: Monday 23 November, 2009
Time: 19:00 – 20:00
Location: Lecture room X in the University building
Note: Date already passed. On Tuesday, 8 September, Hans Rosling will give an open lecture at Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. The lecture will be in Swedish and the title is “Blir världen bättre?” – (Is the world becoming a better place?).
In the next 30 days you can see the Swedish TV-documentary: Rosling’s World: The best statistics you’ve ever seen, with English subtitles, on the webpage of the Swedish Television. The documentary will be aired again on Swedish Television (SVT24) on Tuesday 18 August, 20.00 in Sweden (19.00 CET) and in conjunction with that the video will be posted on SVT’s site for 30 days, this time also with English subtitles.
“Roslings värld”, a new television documentary about Hans Rosling produced by the Swedish Television (SVT), will soon air in Sweden. In this portait by the Swedish journalist Pär Fjällström the viewers get to follow Hans Rosling during a few weeks in the end of 2008.
– 200 years of history in 4.5 minutes.
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– Is Shanghai healthier than New York? And how do Washington D.C. and Mumbai rank?
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Can the population growth be stopped? Is Brazil, Egypt and Bangladesh now improving faster than Sweden ever did? And can everyone live on the same level as the rich countries?
In a new lecture series, filmed in a studio at the Swedish Television, Hans Rosling answer yes to all questions above.
The lecture has been divided into three videos that you can find in the video-section.
A presentation for UNDP Human Development Report 2005 in English and some other languages. Human Development Trends was produced in 2005.
English, Danish, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish.
The data used in the presentation above is based on estimates from the following background paper for the Human Development Report 2005:
Dikhanov, Yuri (2005). Trends in global income distribution, 1970-2000, and scenarios for 2015. Human Development Report Office Occasional paper.