Centre for Digital Governance
The Centre for Digital Governance is currently under development.
The Centre for Digital Governance will engage in research and public debate on the interactions between digitalisation and governance. Digital governance requires a solid understanding of the interplay between government, business and society, as augmented by the principles of inclusiveness, equity, safety and efficiency. The ultimate purpose of the centre is to generate policy-relevant evidence that will inform decision-making relevant for successful digital transformation.
Centre for Fundamental Rights
The Centre for Fundamental Rights at the Hertie School is a beacon and hub for impactful scholarly research, teaching, and outreach concerning the current and future challenges to human and fundamental rights. The centre engages with fundamental rights across local, domestic, regional and global governance.
Centre for International Security
The Centre for International Security at the Hertie School, established in 2016 under the leadership of Hertie School Professor Wolfgang Ischinger, aims to advance our understanding of the complex security challenges of the 21st century, particularly in Germany and Europe. Through teaching, the Centre for International Security educates a new generation of German, European and global experts in international security policy. The centre’s research provides much-needed expertise on the pressing security issues of today and tomorrow. It is a hub for academics, policymakers and other stakeholders seeking to advance the increasingly important debate on security policy among experts and the wider public.
Centre for Sustainability
The Centre for Sustainability is currently under development
The Centre for Sustainability will explore the environmental, economic, social and political dimensions of sustainability governance. It will enable a better understanding of the material and social conditions of long-term and universal human well-being, with a focus on multi-level governance options for maintaining them. As the world faces megatrends such as climate change and increasing inequality that pose threats to social stability in the future, the study of responsible governance is essential in the coming decades. The centre will focus on developed countries and their role in global sustainability. Its aim is to advance social science research, public discourse and support the education of future leaders in global sustainability.
Jacques Delors Centre
Research which is scientifically grounded and able to reach into the public debate - that is what the EU's unprecedented challenges require. The Jacques Delors Centre at the Hertie School strives to achieve this by progressively integrating the School's academic research and the Jacques Delors Institut - Berlin's think tank work. Since its establishment in September 2018, the Delors Institute has gradually enhanced its profile in research, teaching and outreach.