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Airbnb and Sciences Po have today announced that Airbnb has joined Sciences Po Technology, Governance and Institutional Innovation Chair (TGII). Placed at the heart of Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, this chair aims to advance research and education in the digital field and empower French and international leaders in government and business to make informed decisions that will steer institutions in the digital age.
The Chair conducts research and sponsors specialised programs on three issues:
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The School of Public Affairs is proud to introduce you to Datagora, a Start-up made in Sciences Po, which was born out of our Policy Lab and is today incubated at Sciences Po. The Datagora platform aims at democratizing the access to public statistics (ex: unemployment, elections, immigration, etc.) in order to feed the wider public debate. This initiative emerged in the context of the rising prominence of fake news as well as growing distrust by citizens of mainstream medias.
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Two years after the COP21, four leading public policy schools, Columbia SIPA, Hertie School of Governance Berlin, LKY School of Public Policy Singapore and Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, join with public, private and civil society stakeholders for the first academic program training young leaders towards the achievement of the SDGs: the Sustainable Development Goals Certificate.
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The School of Public Affairs is proud to present the new office of the Association of Public Affairs School (AEAP) composed of almost twenty-five students from the different policy streams of the School.
Felix Fournier, President of AEAP; Wael Abdallah; Communication Coordinator and Katharina Mehrhardt, Head of Energy, Resources and Sustainable Development, tell you more about their ambitions to enhance your experience at Sciences Po School of Public Affairs.
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The Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, as a member of the Global Public Policy Network (GPPN), is proud to announce the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Professional Certificate. The SDG Certificate offers students innovative training on how to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
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In October, Nobel laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus came to Sciences Po for an hour-long discussion with students at the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs. In the video, Muhammad Yunus reflects on the achievements of Grameen Bank, the microfinance company he created 40 years ago in Bangladesh to allow people with very low incomes to borrow money without collateral.
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Students of the School of Public Affairs, as part of the Public Policy Incubator, participated in a "Design Jam" workshop on May 19, organized by Facebook. This is the first time that
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Sciences Po School of Public Affairs in partnership with the CRI - Center for Research & Interdisciplinarity and Harvard University launch, for the second year, their collaborative summer program "HARVARD SUMMER SCHOOL" taking place in Paris, France.