A unique approach to public policy

Colin Hay, Professor of Political Science at Sciences Po
  • Colin Hay, Professor of Political Science at Sciences PoColin Hay, Professor of Political Science at Sciences Po

Colin Hay, Professor of Political Science at Sciences Po and Affiliate Professor of Political Analysis at the University of Sheffield and joint editor-in-chief of the journal Comparative European Politics, leads the course on Public Policy within the School of Public Affairs.

Please share with us why you decided to take part in the School of Public Affairs’ pedagogical project.

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"There's a freedom here that I didn't have back home"

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An American student at the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs in the Master in Public Policy, Arsh Haque talks about his motivations for studying in France, his early days in Paris and everyday life on the Sciences Po campus.

What are you most enjoying about your experience at Sciences Po?

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COP21 - What's Next?

A discussion of the next steps for climate action - April 19th
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China and ASEAN

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Organized by: Master affaires européennes, Dual Degree Europe and Asia in Global Affairs, Sciences Po - Fudan University

Date: 14th April 2016, from 5.00 to 6.30 pm
Venue: Sciences Po, Room C923, 9 rue de la Chaise - 75007 Paris
Free entrance according to available places

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Justice: A lecture and discussion with Harvard Professor Michael J. Sandel

April 13th, 19:15-20:30
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"More growth and welfare ultimately come from deeper integration"

Italian Minister of Economy and Finance Pier Carlo Padoan
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On 29 March 2016 at Sciences Po, Italian Minister of Economy and Finance Pier Carlo Padoan gave a lecture entitled “Towards a European Strategy for Growth, Jobs and Stability”. He suggested setting up a new political agenda to improve economic growth and fiscal coordination in the European Union.

With respect to the difficulties facing the EU of late, from a gloomy economic outlook and the spectre of deflation to the current immigration challenges, Professor Padoan called for coordinated policy responses and common initiatives to foster European integration.

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All You Ever Wanted to Know About the Oscars (But Were Afraid to Ask)

Screening of the film Mustang with the Director Deniz Gamze Ergüven - April 1st
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The New Silk Road

Rencontres Europe - Chine, 31 mars 2016
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Organized by: Master affaires européennes, Dual Degree Europe and Asia in Global Affairs, Sciences Po - Fudan University

Date: 31st March 2016, from 5.00 to 6.30 pm
Venue: Sciences Po, Room A26, 27 rue St Guillaume - 75007 Paris
Free entrance according to available places

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Contemporary challenges within the EU

Frans Timmermans, First Vice-President of the European Commission
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Frans Timmermans, First Vice-President of the European Commission, joined students of the School of Public Affairs at Sciences Po on February 25th.

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Study Trip to Singapore

  • Participants prepare their study trip to Singapore (photo: Chika Suefuji)Participants prepare their study trip to Singapore (photo: Chika Suefuji)

Seven students of the School of Public Affairs have just returned from Singapore as part of a study trip at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore. The study trip is aimed at developing a meaningful, on-the-ground perspective of policy responses to gender issues as well as an understanding of the importance of considering gender in policy making processes.

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