“You can’t be what you can’t see”

“You can’t be what you can’t see”

Alumna Nora Poggi talks about her film on the women leading an entrepreneurial revolution.

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Stéphane Lacroix, researcher at CERI (Center for International Studies) and associate professor at Sciences Po, is a specialist of political islam. Immediately after the terrorist attacks in Paris on 13 November, he talked about the various forms of Islamism and the necessity to support the Tunisian democratic model. Note that the interview was filmed before the attack in Tunis on 24 November.


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After the first days of mourning and contemplation following the terrorist attacks on 13 November, Sciences Po has decided to devote the morning of 18 November to discussion and exchange in all scheduled classes.

On 16 November 2015 on the Sciences Po campuses, like everywhere else in France, students, faculty and staff gathered at midday for a moment of silence in tribute to the victims of the terrorist attacks that took place on 13 November. These attacks killed at least 129 people and injured 450 people in the cities of Paris and Saint-Denis.

Robert Badinter à Sciences Po
« The death penalty encapsulates all the poisons of society »

Former Justice Minister Robert Badinter, 31 August 2015 at Sciences Po