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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 a discussion covering topics impacting the US presidential elections on 3 November. We welcome Andrew Gelman (Columbia University), Mark Kayser (Hertie School), and Mariah Craven (writer and political consultant). This event is executed in collaboration with Alumni Affairs.
The second installment of the "Future of Europe lecture series” with Frank Schimmelfennig. The lecture series is organised in the framework of CIVICA, the European University of Social Sciences, and receives funding from the German Academic Exchange Service.
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.
Join us for a lecture with Prof. Waltraud Schelkle (LSE) speaking about "Monetary solidarity in the long recovery from the Corona pandemic".
Topic on 23.04.: Virus vs. economy - a European response?
Starten Sie mit uns in den Tag – bei Espresso, Croissant und EU-Input
Topic on 13.12.19: Industrial policies: Digital, Productive, European?
Topic on 13.12.19: EU to go. Industrial policies: Digital, Productive, European?
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.
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.
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.
The Dahrendorf Forum and CEPS present the third flagship event in the series, 'The Future of Europe: Strategic Options for an Era of Uncertainties'.