- Bernard Cazeneuve ©Alexandros Michailidis / Shutterstock
On Thursday, November 8, the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs welcomed Bernard Cazeneuve, former Minister of the Interior and former Prime Minister of France, and Jeh Johnson, former United States Secretary of Homeland Security, for a conference on "The Euro-Atlantic Solidarity Against Terrorism". We interviewed one of our students for feedback on this event. Antoine de La Roche Kerandraon, in the first year of his Master's degree in Public Policy, with specialisation in Security and Defence, has accepted to answer our questions.
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The School of Public Affairs is pleased to announce the release of the second edition of the Sciences Po Review of Public Affairs.
No fewer than 28 authors from the School of Public Affairs, the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA), the Doctoral School have participated in its production. Following its founding goals, the Review illustrates the diversity and the richness of public affairs at national, European and international levels.
- ©Sciences Po Luca Vergallo,2018 laureate 2018 and MPP Student
As a tribute to the memory and to uphold the values of the Prefect Claude Érignac, assassinated in February 1998, the Claude Érignac association organises each year, in partnership with Sciences Po, the Claude Érignac Prize.
This prize of 5 000 euros is awarded for a student project highlighting the contribution of a French public institution or figure, to the common good.
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Resembling more than 50 students and three institutions - Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, HEC, Mines ParisTech – this year’s challenge was to create a "Station M", a fictional incubator in Marseille using new technologies to address the challenges of the protection of the common goods in the Mediterranean Sea, turning France into a "maritime start-up natio
- Camille Viros with her three children ©Camille Viros
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With the ambition to boost and support our M2 students in developing their career plans, the School of Public Affairs has set up in 2017 a community of careers advisors: public and private figures, whose main mission is to listen to, guide and advise each student on their career prospects.
- © Adam Tanaka - CRI
For the 3rd year in a row, Harvard, CRI and the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs will bring together 50 students to participate in the Summer School "The Biopolis", with the goal of rethinking social and urban innovation in the city of Paris. For 2 months (June and July), 12 international and inter-university groups will imagine the city of tomorrow and will present their final projects at the end of July on their concrete solutions to improve social and urban life in Paris.
- Yann Algan presenting CORE ©Sciences Po
In recent years, students and teachers alike have come to realize that there is an insufficient culture and knowledge of economics in our society. The study of economics and the reality of how our world operates differ enormously. This realization led to the creation of CORE, a new course and manual developed by professors of economics from around the world, including Yann Algan at Sciences Po.
- An SDG certificate student
Last week, the first cohort of students of the Sustainable Development Goals Professional Certificate programme met together for the first time to take part in the SDGs Leadership Seminar, organised by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs.