EAP student wins Erignac Award

EAP student wins Erignac Award

Naelle Verniest won over the jury with her project
  • Actualité Sciences PoActualité Sciences Po

On February 6, Naelle Verniest received the Claude Erignac Prize, rewarding her project fighting against the digital exclusion of elderly people and improving their access to public services in the digital era. This prize will allow Sciences Po's School of Public Affairs' team, as part of the Sustainable Development Goals Certificate programme, and thanks to the support of the Policy Lab, to expand their digital familiarisation workshops to five Emeraude restaurants in Paris. The first series of workshops has started in February in one of these public restaurants for seniors and participates in the fight against the digital divide in France, a factor that exacerbates both social and economic exclusion.

The Sustainable Development Goals Certificate is a flagship program launched by the School of Public Affairs in collaboration with three international partner universities of the Global Public Policy Network. The SDG Certificate allows students to develop entrepreneurial skills and to work with public policy students from participating GPPN universities. It provides an opportunity for students to develop concrete projects rooted in their local environments, and to showcase them to an international audience of academics, practitioners and policymakers specializing in the SDGs.

The SDG Certificate at Sciences Po is supervised by Professor Laëtitia Atlani-Duault, Scientific Advisor for the program. For more information on the SDG Certificate, visit our webpage, or contact Jennie Cottle, SDG Certificate programme manager. 

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