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Editor-in chief, Baltic Worlds.

Ninna Mörner

Editor-in-chief since 2009 for the journal Baltic Worlds and its’ web site balticworlds.com .

She is a graduated journalist and did report from East Europe in the early 90s. She has been teaching in journalism and also worked at several publishing houses and magazines. She holds a MA in Economic History. She has published peer-reviewed articles as well as articles of numerous other genres, including books.

She is today also an expert in human trafficking and a human right activist and has as such participated in numerous EU-projects, reported on the issue internationally, and in Sweden developed a support programme for victims. In 2013 she took initiative to the network Swedish Platform Civil Society Against Human Trafficking (later a formalized organization).

She is a frequent lecturer in human trafficking and is during 2019, besides, being a editor for Baltic Worlds, teaching at DiS a course on Human Trafficking and the Sex Trade. She is also during 2019-2020 coordinating a project regarding empowerment for formal child victims of human trafficking (Ecpat Norway, sponsored by CBSS).

Since 2013 she has been involved in “Dream Business”, a theater/film project around human trafficking that has been performed in Sweden, Norway and now runs in Finland. She is also engaged in promoting cultural activities for people living at the margins, and is board member at Skådebanan Stockholm.

 

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Articles by Ninna Mörner

  1. Statement of Solidarity

    The Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24 violated the territorial integrity of the independent Ukrainian state and is causing extreme suffering to Ukrainian people. Baltic Worlds deplores and condemns this violation of international law and the cruelty of the war against Ukraine’s civic population. For many years, the political, economic, social and cultural development of Eastern Europe has been the principal focus of the scholarly research published in the journal. Baltic Worlds has an extensive networks of readers, contributors and colleagues at educational and cultural institutions in the broader region of Easter Europe, including Ukraine and Russia. The current war threatens and concerns us all. With this statement Baltic Worlds declares its solidarity with the Ukrainian people, who are the innocent victims of Russian aggression, and demand that all Russian troops be withdrawn from Ukrainian territory with immediate effect and an immediate end to the Russian army’s attack on the civic population. Baltic Worlds condemns in the strongest terms the violent destruction of Ukraine’s cultural heritage, cities, and educational facilities as a result of Russia's full-scale invasion. Stop the war immediately!

  2. Response to the Russian war on Ukraine

    There has been open conflict between Russia and Ukraine since 2014, when Russia annexed Crimea. On 24 February 2022, we woke to the news that Russia had begun a military invasion targeting all of Ukraine, following a period of increased aggression. Baltic Worlds has a specific focus on research into the Baltic Sea region and Eastern Europe and many contributors and colleagues come from Ukraine – as well as from Russia. And, for that matter, from Poland, Germany, the Baltic States and south-eastern Europe. In these uncertain times in Europe and the wider world, it is important to differentiate between a political regime and the researchers at the various universities. Baltic Worlds wants to continue to work with researchers and higher education institutions in Ukraine, as well as with researchers in Russia. Baltic Worlds as a scholarly journal will follow the development closely and will publish on the situation from a scholarly approach here at the website and/or in the printed journal. Baltic Worlds, as well as the publishing Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES) and the whole Södertörn University, is deeply concerned about the consequences of Russia’s attack on Ukraine, in terms of human suffering, academic freedom, and Ukraine’s sovereignty. We wish to support our colleagues in Ukraine in every way we can. The political regime led by Vladimir Putin must immediately cease its military aggression and respect international law. Ninna Mörner, Editor-in-Chief, Baltic Worlds Joakim Ekman, Director of the Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES)

  3. Freedom & Resistance 2021

    There are several recent reports highlighting a worrying trend towards what one could call attacks on democratic values such as independent media and academic freedom.

  4. 1991-2021: THIRTY YEARS AFTER A SERIES OF INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

    Preliminary Programme  (links, dates, and hours to be specified, all subject to eventual changes)   In December 1991, the Soviet […]

  5. Invitation to submit for a Baltic Worlds’ Special Section New Age Spirituality in Socialist Societies

    CfP: Please submit before February 20, 2021 on the New Age-related topics suggested here.

  6. Baltic Worlds’ Online Coverage: “The Impacts of the Pandemic”

    Baltic Worlds' Online Covid-19 Coverage examines how politicians in different parts of the region are reacting to the crisis, and to what consequences.

  7. Become a contributor

    Baltic Worlds appears four times a year. The journal publishes scholarly articles but also reviews, essays and commentaries. All content is […]

  8. App speeds up anchoring on busy islands

    The ideas of two Media Technology students added value to the project Archipelago Business Development.

  9. Authoritarian regimes stifle academic freedom

    On the 6th of May this year, Baltic Worlds arranged a seminar at CBEES on the topic of the shrinking space for academic freedom. Updated reports from Poland and Hungary was followed by a presentation of the autocratic learning process in Eurasia. Finally there were suggestions on how protect academic freedom and work for international scholarly solidarity.

  10. “FEMACT is led by an ethos of feminism-across-borders”

    The academic community is international, and this solidarity crosses borders. Angelika Sjöstedt-Landén is one of the founders of the network FEMACT, that aim to fight the limiting space for academic freedom. We asked her to explain more about the initiative.

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