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Upcoming Events

The Making of Chinese Subjects
ThuDec. 18

A discussion of subjectivation and activism in contemporary China, including a presentation of more..

Responses to Stigmatization
ThuJan. 29

Getting Respect: responses to stigmatization in the US, Brazil and Israel
With Michèle more..

Forum on Global Citizenship Education
WedJan. 28

The UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) Second Forum on Global more..

News

Global Public Policy Network Conference in Berlin

This year's Global Public Policy Network Conference was hosted by the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin from December 5th through the 7th. Students, faculty, directors and deans from seven more..

Student Paper Published

The Bulletin of Geography recently published a paper by students on land restitution in Cape Town. The paper is the result of field-based research that students conducted during the study trip to more..

Upcoming GPPN Conference

The Global Public Policy Network (GPPN) is a partnership between Columbia University, FGV-EAESP, University of Tokyo, Hertie School of Governance, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Institute more..

MPA Blog

Abroad so hard

Future public affairs professionals… or hip hop stars?

Made by MPA students. more..

Fighting the tide

Headlines of record‑breaking water-related disasters more..

Iran’s regional influence

How is Iran’s role in the regional energy sector changing and how does this shape the more..