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A presentation by Andrea Römmele (Hertie School) and Rachel Gibson (University of Manchester). This event is part of the Digital Governance Research Colloquium hosted by the Centre for Digital Governance and the Data Science Lab.
Symposium on the occasion of the 80th birthday of the constitutional lawyer and political thinker Ulrich K. Preuß, whose work forms the theoretical and political span for the discussions.
Report launch and panel discussion with Başak Çalı (Hertie School), Michele Heisler (Physicians for Human Rights), Mazen Kewara (Syrian American Medical Society), Rayan Koteiche (Physicians for Human Rights) and detention survivor and human rights activist, Shaher Younes. Moderated by Bente Scheller (Heinrich Böll Foundation). Co-hosted by the Hertie School Centre for Fundamental Rights and Physicians for Human Rights.
Freedom of speech and press freedom are increasingly under threat around the world. Political pressure on and violence against journalists are on the rise. Join us for a panel discussion with Hanan Badr (Freie Universität Berlin), Hatice Cengiz (scholar and author), Matthew Caruana Galizia (investigative journalist), Katja Gloger (Reporters without Borders), Lina Al-Hathloul (human rights activist), Frank Plasberg (host, “Hart aber fair”) and chaired by Pierre Thielbörger (Ruhr-University Bochum, Hertie School). This event is co-organised by the Hertie School and the Institute for the International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict (IFHV) of Ruhr University Bochum.
Join us for a discussion following the German Federal Constitutional Court’s decision on 5 November 2019 declaring the sanctions imposed on recipients of unemployment benefits in part unconstitutional together with Başak Çalı (Hertie School) Anke Hassel (Hertie School), Florian Rödl (Freie Universität Berlin) and moderated by Michal Kramer (Hertie School). Hosted by the Centre for Fundamental Rights and is part of the Debating Fundamental Rights event series.
Paul Gill (University College London) presents important insights into lone-actor terrorists’ behaviours and their possible implications for disrupting or even preventing attacks, chaired by Julian Wucherpfennig (Hertie School). This event is hosted as part of the Centre for International Security lecture series 'Frontline research on terrorism'.
The Dahrendorf Forum at the Hertie School and the German-British Society cordially invite you to a panel discussion on current trends in ballot box choices and party support, set against the backdrop of developments in US politics, the fallout from the UK Brexit Referendum, and growing polarisation in European politics.
A presentation by Eugenio Zucchelli (Lancaster University). This event is part of the Social Policy Research Colloquium.
This workshop is organized by Bașak Çalı, Hertie School, Andreas Follesdal, PluriCourts, University of Oslo, Geir Ulfstein, PluriCourts, University of Oslo and Andreas von Staden, University of Hamburg. Hosted by the Centre for Fundamental Rights.
What effects does climate change have on our health? How is the global community dealing with these impacts? Join us for the presentation of the Lancet Countdown Report 2019 and the Lancet Countdown Policy Brief for Germany. This event will be held in German.
Senior economists Sylwia Nowak and Svitlana Maslova of the IMF’s European Department will present the findings of the Fall 2019 Regional Economic Outlook report for Europe, which discusses economic prospects, policy challenges, and an analysis of the impact of wage growth on price inflation. Followed by a panel discussion with Philipp Steinberg, Director-General of Economic Policy and Ministry Coordinator for Sustainable Development at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and moderated by Kerstin Bernoth, Professor of Economics at the Hertie School and Deputy Head of Macroeconomics at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin).
Can the workplace be a space of solidarity, and what does this mean in practice? How do technological and managerial changes transform ideas and practices of solidarity? Join us for a panel discussion with Hae-Lin Choi (Communications Workers of America), Valeria Pulignano (Centre for Sociological Research) and Anke Hassel (Hertie School). In cooperation with the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin.