A Replay of our Events in 2021!

All throughout 2021, Sciences Po has remained committed to its mission of spreading knowledge and the spirit of analytical and critical thinking through an extensive events programme. Here is the opportunity to rediscover —through those available online, either in English or in French— the many conferences and events that Sciences Po organised this year.

Souleymane Bachir Diagne : “Aucune civilisation n’est une île” (FR)

Invité le 2 septembre 2021 à ouvrir l’année universitaire pour les étudiants de bachelor, le philosophe Souleymane Bachir Diagne a empli l’amphithéâtre retrouvé d’une vibrante et subtile leçon sur la tension, fabuleusement actuelle, entre repli sur soi et aspiration à l’universel. En militant pour un “universel latéral” comme urgence de notre temps.

Feminist Foreign Policy: A Comparative Perspective from France, Sweden and the United States

Feminist foreign policy is increasingly growing traction within national and international discourse and policy-making. At the invitation of Sciences Po's Paris School of International Affairs, Margot Wallström, Delphine O, Melanne Verveer and Enrico Letta gathered last March to discuss this pressing issue.

Alice Zeniter : “Habiter des cabanes de phrases” (FR)

Après Kamel Daoud, Marie Darrieussecq, Patrick Chamoiseau, Maylis de Kerangal, et Louis-Philippe Dalembert, Alice Zeniter a rejoint la liste des titulaires de la chaire d’écrivain en résidence de Sciences Po pour le semestre d’automne 2021. Rencontre à l’occasion du passage de relais avec son prédécesseur, Louis-Philippe Dalembert.


60 Minutes with Microsoft's President on Cyber Diplomacy

Brad Smith, President and Vice Chair of Microsoft, came to Sciences Po last November for an exchange focused on « Cyber Diplomacy: Critical Challenges in Cybersecurity and Digital Sovereignty ».

Horizon 2024 : les Jeux en débat (FR)

Quels sont les enjeux autour des JO 2024 ? Économie, infrastructure, environnement, société, urbanisme, géopolitique, sécurité, inclusion... Cet événement a marqué le lancement du cycle de conférences organisé par Sciences Po dédié aux prochains jeux et à leurs impacts sociétaux.

RDV de la Recherche : "Actuality of Populism"

Populism is widespread all over the world, in different forms: in some countries, it stays in a democratic framework, while in others it takes the shape of authoritarian regimes. Understanding their differences and evolutions needs a deep analysis of their roots, promises and achievements. A conference in the framework of the RDV de la Recherche series.
 

Digitalisation and the Future of Higher Education. Emerging Trends Shaping Education in the Post-Covid World

In our technology-driven world, digital tools have profoundly transformed the realm of education. Higher education institutions in particular have witnessed first-hand an accelerated transition to online practices and virtual communities. A conference in the framework of Civica, the European University of Social Sciences.
 

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Mathias Énard Named Sciences Po’s Newest Writer-in-Residence Chair

Mathias Énard Named Sciences Po’s Newest Writer-in-Residence Chair

“After all, books remain–along with fire–the only means of fighting off the shadows.” - Mathias Énard, Rue des voleurs

As Sciences Po’s newest Writer-in-Residence Chair, Mathias Énard will teach students to master the art of fighting off shadows–not with fire, but with literature–in two creative writing workshops.

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“Solidarity and Health”: Moving Towards a European Health Union

“Solidarity and Health”: Moving Towards a European Health Union

Wednesday (12/1) at the Ministry for Solidarity and Health, Sciences Po’s Health Chair and the School of Public Affairs and Sciences Po Alumni hosted “Moving Towards a European Health Union?”, a conference dedicated to addressing current and future European health objectives. This multifaceted, multi-platform event assembled representatives from major European institutions, parliament members, and experts from both France and the European Union to analyse current EU initiatives, as well as to discuss the EU’s collective strategy on the Covid-19 pandemic and future health-related challenges.

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Fariba Adelkhah Reincarcerated: Sciences Po Takes Action

Fariba Adelkhah Reincarcerated: Sciences Po Takes Action

It is with deep concern, indignation, and anger that we have learned that our colleague, Fariba Adelkhah, has been reincarcerated.
 
A gathering in solidarity with Fariba will take place in front of the Sciences Po entrance at 27 rue Saint Guillaume on January 13th at 4pm.
 
After having been sentenced to five years of imprisonment following an unfair trail, Fariba was allowed to return to her home in October 2020 to serve her sentence on house arrest.
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The Positive Media: An Uplifting Student Initiative

The Positive Media: An Uplifting Student Initiative

A French company creates an artificial heart, the gene responsible for treatment-resistant breast cancer is discovered, and a start-up in Bordeaux specialises in industrial CO2 recycling… This wide range of info comes to us straight from a new media outlet created by Sciences Po students: the Positive Media.

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Jonas Gahr Støre: Alumnus and Prime Minister of Norway

Jonas Gahr Støre: Alumnus and Prime Minister of Norway

Back in 1985, the young Norwegian student Jonas Gahr Støre was diligently studying “the role of heads of state and government in crisis resolution.” Little did he know then that he would one day find himself in one of those very roles himself. The day came on 14 October 2021, when Støre was elected Prime Minister of Norway.

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