Ekota: Helping Migrants in the Face of Climate Change

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  • The founders of EKOTA ©EKOTAThe founders of EKOTA ©EKOTA

Mas Mahmud and Leen Youssef, former refugees and alumni of Sciences Po, transformed their experiences into a mission to help displaced persons while taking action to counter climate change. Interview.

Sustainable campus: share your ideas and vote!

An online consultation is open from 4 to 15 November 2019
  • An online consultation is open from 4 to 15 November 2019An online consultation is open from 4 to 15 November 2019

How can Sciences Po become a more sustainable university and workplace? An online consultation, "Sustainable Campus", is open now until 15 November in order to gather your ideas, proposals and votes to help us become a more ecologically responsible university. This consultation is one of the pillars of our Climate Action: Make it Work initiative and concerns all of the Sciences Po campuses.

The Summer Reading List is Here!

Use the hashtag #ScPoSummerReading on social networks to discover more recommendations
  • Open book on a beach ©MaleWitch/ShutterstockOpen book on a beach ©MaleWitch/Shutterstock

Summer is here, and so is our 2019 Summer Reading List! We asked our community to give us their reading recommendations using #ScPoSummerReading, and here is our final selection of 10 summer must-reads!

Use the hashtag #ScPoSummerReading on social networks to discover more recommendations, and don’t hesitate to share your reading wherever you may be spending your summer!

How to prepare your online course registration?

  • Prepare your online course registrationPrepare your online course registration

Before the registration period starts it is essential to check your course offering, to double-check the registration calendar and to sign in to your student account so as to verify your information.

It is essential to check that this information is exact and to contact the relevant departments should you notice any missing information or errors.

Sciences Po Celebrates the Fête de la Musique

  • Fête de la musique de Sciences Po, 21 juin 2019 ©Sciences PoFête de la musique de Sciences Po, 21 juin 2019 ©Sciences Po

For the second time, Sciences Po is inviting you to celebrate the fête de la musique, France's national music day! This year, you can come with your family and friends! Further details coming soon.

Dancing to the Beat of Sciences Po

Learn more about Art'Core
  • Art'Core dancing in Boutmy during their show ©Marie FrabouletArt'Core dancing in Boutmy during their show ©Marie Fraboulet

Art’Core is a student society at the heart of Sciences Po which brings together dancers of all different styles. After their annual show we met with two of the dancers from the troupe.

Sorting and Recycling Waste at Sciences Po

Good Practices & Good Habits
  • Sorting and Recycling Waste ©Robuart / ShutterstockSorting and Recycling Waste ©Robuart / Shutterstock

Sciences Po recycles and sorts with 3 types of bin: blue, yellow and grey. This is thanks to the initiative of the Sciences Po Environnement student association, which has been working closely with the institution’s teams.

Sexual Harassment? A campaign to raise awareness

November 2018
  • Campaign to raise awareness on sexual harassmentCampaign to raise awareness on sexual harassment

Starting this week, Sciences Po is deploying on all seven campuses a campaign to raise awareness on sexual harassment. New posters illustrating the potential difficulty of identifying situations of harassment are now displayed inside toilets.

The posters highlight scenarios between students, between teacher and student, and between employee and mentor. The campaign was conceived in partnership with student associations and student union representatives.

Contact the sexual harassment monitoring unit:

On board the peace boat

Eve Isambourg, a third-year Sciences Po student, launched the #ISpeakBlueToo movement, and this summer spoke at the United Nations as an Ocean Ambassador
  • Eve Isambourg, Ocean Ambassador ©Eve IsambourgEve Isambourg, Ocean Ambassador ©Eve Isambourg

This week is Oceans Week at Sciences Po and alongside a series of events on the topic, we spoke to Eve Isambourg, a third year undergraduate student and ocean activist. After two years of study at the Sciences Po Paris campus, Eve spent her third year abroad raising awareness of oceanic issues around the world. The last stop on her mission: a conference of the UN in New York.

Student and parent: combining the two

Camille Viros, mother of three daughters, graduated in June 2018 with her Master’s degree from the School of Public Affairs
  • Camille Viros with her three children ©Camille VirosCamille Viros with her three children ©Camille Viros

Sciences Po is proud to be one of ten academic institutions selected by UN Women, the United Nations entity for gender equality and the empowerment of women, to act as a “HeforShe Champion”.

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