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The Hertie School hosts a wide range of public events throughout the year. Please note that registration is mandatory and right of admission is reserved.
Join us for the presentation of the survey "Sector switchers as the impetus for the administration of tomorrow" by Gerhard Hammerschmid and Thurid Hustedt. The event will take place in German.
This event will bring together diverse voices on refugee protection to offer perspectives on the events in Lesbos, the ‘hotspot’ approach, and the new "Pact on Migration" of the European Commission. The event is part of the Fundamental Rights in Practice events series hosted by the Centre for Fundamental Rights. It is hosted in collaboration with the Jacques Delors Centre.
What does the next generation make of politics and society? What would the political agenda look like if generation “Z” had their say? Join us for an online panel discussion hosted by the Hertie Foundation and the Hertie School. English translation will be provided for this German-speaking event.
What are the great questions of our time? What does the future of the liberal order hold? In September the Dahrendorf Forum will bring together a diverse group of social scientists in a series of online panel discussions to unpack the questions they think are timely and relevant in uncertain times.
After a lack of cooperation following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the joint proposal for the European Union’s economic recovery indicates that Franco-German relations could be back on track. In the context of a Franco-German dialogue series funded by the German Federal Foreign Office, the Jacques Delors Centre of the Hertie School and Sciences Po Paris invite you to the expert web conference “Rebuilding Europe after Corona: What can France and Germany do?” which shall contribute to enhancing Franco-German relations.
Start the day with us - with espresso, croissant and EU input.
Join us for a lecture with Prof. Waltraud Schelkle (LSE) speaking about "Monetary solidarity in the long recovery from the Corona pandemic".
How about a short input on EU affairs before you start your working day?
A presentation by Bastian A. Betthäuser (Nuffield College, University of Oxford). This event is part of the Social Policy Research Colloquium.
Topic on 23.04.: Virus vs. economy - a European response?
A roundtable dicussion with Anke Hassel (Hertie School, Germany), Angelo Martelli (LSE, UK), Bruno Palier (Sciences Po, France) and Kathleen Thelen (MIT, USA), and Michaela Kreyenfeld (Chair).