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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.
To what extent could the Chinese system become a threat to or a role model for other countries? Join us for a discussion on digital transformation in China and Big Data in general with Adam Knight, Genia Kostka (Hertie School / Freie Unviersität Berlin) and chaired by Hertie School doctoral candidate Wiebke Rabe. This event is part of The Governance Post Event Series, a student-led public event initiative 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).
The Peace Support Team of the Peace & Security Programme of Polis180 invites Hertie School students to discuss with the UN Habitat Youth Advisory Board.
A joint event of Polis 180 and the United Nations Association of Germany (DGVN).
An interactive discussion with Anke Hassel (Hertie School), Luke Haywood (DIW Berlin), and Ralf Krämer (ver.di trade union).
An event of the Hertie Social Democrats & Greens Club.
Hertie Alumna Florien Kruse (MPP 2015) talked about her work as a research trainee with Eurofound in Dublin. She igave advice on the application process and shared her personal experience of the added benefit (career-wise) of doing a traineeship at an EU agency like Eurofound.
The journalists Samuel Loewenberg and Amy Maxmen presented and discussed aspects of their current work on global health, Ebola and the refugee crisis, followed by an open Q&A session.
A talk by Christoph Trautvetter (MPP 2011, Teach First Deutschland) and Michaela Wintrich (Teach First Deutschland/Teach for All).
The Hertie School and the World Bank are hosting a discussion for students, alumni and faculty of the newly published World Development Report 2013: Jobs.