Overcoming Inequalities: Ten Years to Reach the Sustainable Development Goals

Law & Inequality

Quel rôle pour les religions face aux crises sanitaires dans une république laïque ?

Recap of Our Graduate Schools' 2020 Open House Day

Our Graduate Schools’ Open House Day on 28 November 2020 gathered 8,000 online visitors interested in our various master's programmes, dual degrees, career prospects, admissions procedures and financial aid opportunities! In case you weren’t able to attend or you’re interested in the presentations of some of our other schools, you can watch the presentation videos on replay below.

In first jointly taught CIVICA master's course, students explore “Democracy in Crisis”

Article written by Ellen Thalman (Hertie School) on the first jointly taught CIVICA course between Sciences Po and the Hertie School.

Florence Faucher of Sciences Po and Christian Freudlsperger of the Hertie School teach 70 students.

Voter participation is an emotional topic, as students from Sciences Po and the Hertie School discovered in their jointly taught course, “Democracy in Crisis,”  a few days after the 2020 US election. Reading for the class included “Why do all our feelings about politics matter?” (Laura Jenkins, The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 2018), and a group of students prepared a presentation on voter suppression in the US. 

Launch of the European Chair for Sustainable Development and Climate Transition

On 25 November 2020, Sciences Po is launching the European Chair for Sustainable Development and Climate Transition. It will be the first chair to be co-hosted by our two largest graduate schools: the School of Public Affairs, led by Dean Yann Algan, and the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA), led by Dean Enrico Letta. The Chair would not be possible without the support of its three sponsors: Hermès, HSBC and the European Investment Bank.