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For and by Hertie School students only! Events ranging from informal discussions with ambassadors, to alumni lectures, and conferences such as the European Public Policy Conference and the Global Public Policy Network Student Conference.
With talks by Basir Feda (MPP 2014/Berghof Foundation), Zoya Lukyanova (EMPA 2016/MitOst e.V.), and Joachim Rahmann (MPP 2012/Save the Children).
A talk exclusively for Hertie School PhD students and alumni by Alexandre Afonso (Assistant Professor in Public Policy, Leiden University).
With talks by Paola Yanguas (MPP 2016), Mirko Hohmann (MPP 2014) and Max Mannweiler (MPP 2016).
Meet Hertie School professors Michaela Kreyenfeld and Markus Jachtenfuchs and the PhD Team to find out more about PhD studies at the Hertie School.
A talk by Hertie School alumnus Camilo Sánchez Meertens (Manager of the Post-Conflict Health Strategy at the Colombian Ministry of Health).
With talks by Ana Lucia Amazo Blanco (MPP 2015), Rafael Lira Carillo (MPP 2015), Anya Suprunenko (MPP 2016) and Maya Carr-Hill (Agentur für Arbeit)
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A talk by Julie Tumler (Büro Führungskräfte zu internationalen Organisationen/Bureau for International Organisation’s Personnel, BFIO).
Apolitical would like to invite interested students to attend a lunch time round table to discuss what’s working in government.
On 22 April, people throughout the world will march in support of science as an indispensable part of democracy. The Hertie School is proud to support Berlin’s March for Science, which begins at 1 pm in front of the Humboldt University of Berlin (Unter den Linden 6).
Lunch talk with representatives of BCG, Capgemini, McKinsey, Orphoz, and PD.
This year's European public policy conference 2017 (EPPC) aims to assess the impact and the transformative power of new technologies on democracy.