Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, our activities primarily shifted to online during 2020-2021. Despite how challenging it is to make the student life more interesting when everything is online, we have tried hard to engage students into social and academic events. You can find out more about our ongoing and upcoming events here, or by following our Facebook page.
The main bulk of activities held and hosted by Pax et Bellum comes out of us, the Activities Committee, who are responsible for organizing both academic and social events. We strive to bring interesting, fun and informative learning opportunities to our members. Lectures, movie nights and workshops are all part of our initiative to offer the best possible.
If you want to join the activities committee, either to join in something on-going or start something entirely new, please contact the Head of Activities. Please note, however, that you have to be a member of Pax et Bellum to get involved in our working groups.
Career Day is a one-day online fair where students of politics, social science and more get to meet employers from the public and private sectors, academia, and civil society.
Each year we organise a theme week, which includes a-week-long series of events on a selected theme.
Pub et Bellum
Pub nights are a great chance to grab a drink with friends. As soon as the situation allows, we will organize pub nights again.
Once a month (usually), we used to set up little talks with people who had something interesting to share about peace and conflict. Think TED Talk, but locally.
What is a life of academia but not in need of occasions of glamour and vanities? Because of this, Pax et Bellum has been involved in making two gasques happen every year. Unfortunately, no gasques were organized during 2020-2021, due to the pandemic. But gasques will be back some day!
Excursions and Trips
We used to organize excursions and trips as well. These will hopefully be back on track, as soon as the pandemic situation allows.
Once every year, we used to organize a roleplay-ish Crisis Simulation.