Climate conferences fail due to their focus on consequences and not causes. With this in mind, Sciences Po and its partners in the Make it Work initiative decided to organise a “real” simulation prior to the official conference Paris Climat 2015. The goal: test new methods of negotiation. An unparalleled experience that will take place the 29, 30 & 31 May at the Nanterre-Amandiers Theater.More
With Ghassan Salamé, Dean of the Paris School of International Affairs at Sciences Po (PSIA), leaving to pursue other endeavours at the end of the 2014-2015 academic year, Frédéric Mion has chosen Enrico Letta as his successor. Dr Letta will take office on 1 September 2015.More
Professor Fernández Arroyo, a professor at the Sciences Po Law School since 2010, is currently a visiting scholar at New York University. On the occasion of a presentation he gave to Sciences Po Alumni and friends in New York entitled “Transparency in International Arbitration”, Professor Arroyo tells us more about the way he teaches law in France and in the United States.More
Like all undergraduate Sciences Po students, Augustin is currently spending his third year abroad. He is taking advantage of this experience to complete an internship at the French Embassy. He tells us about his missions there, the Master’s degree programme he would like to enrol in next, and what he was able to do thanks to the Marion Bruley scholarship.More
Conferences, inauguration of a vegetable garden, launch of a compost bin… From the 30 March to 3 April 2015, Sciences Po Environment, a student association, organised the Sustainable Week at Sciences Po.
Caroline Jeanmaire, President of Sciences Po Environment, talks about the week’s main events and reviews what is at stake one month before the COP 21 simulation at Sciences Po next May (fr). Watch the video (English subtitles available).More
Ben Rattray is the founder and CEO of Change.org, the world's largest petition platform with more than 90 million users in 196 countries.
He took part in the conference entitled “The Internet and Citizen Empowerment” organised on 13 April 2015 at Sciences Po. Interview.More
Nine months before the Climate Conference that will take place in Paris (COP21), Sciences Po students from the Poitiers campus imagine how to make these important negotiations a success.More
A just published book “Mobile Europe” written by Ettore Recchi, Professor of Sociology at OSC, presents analyses* about its main research interests: mobilities and European integration. They may help to reboot European integration.More