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Join us for a presentation by Hal Brands, Professor of Global Affairs at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), on his recent research on grand strategy. This event is part of the speaker series "Challenges in International Security" hosted by the Centre for International Security.
Join a panel discussion with Marina Henke (Centre for International Security), Nicole Koenig (Jacques Delors Centre), Peter Wittig (Schaeffler GmbH) and Sudha David-Wilp (The German Marshall Fund of the United States). We will discuss the implications of the US presidential elections on the transatlantic relationship. This event is executed in collaboration with the Centre for International Security and the Jacques Delors Centre.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Chaired by Başak Çalı, Hertie School and Esra Demir-Gürsel, Freie Universität Berlin. The workshop is hosted at the Freie Universität Berlin with the support of the Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, in collaboration with the Hertie School.
Join Nick Clegg, Vice President of Global Affairs and Communications at Facebook and former Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Benoit Loutrel, former Director General of France’s Electronic Communications and Postal Regulatory Authority (Arcep) and Daniela Stockmann, Hertie School, for a debate moderated by Katrin Bennhold, The New York Times Berlin bureau chief on the current and future challenges of regulating the internet.
Can strategic litigation help promote long lasting human rights change or is it merely a hindrance? Can it be done differently to increase effectiveness? What’s does the future hold for strategic litigation for human rights in an age of illiberal democracies and authoritarianism? Join Wolfgang Kaleck and Başak Çalı for a debate on the current and future challenges to strategic human rights litigation chaired by James A. Goldston.