Political communication science offers some useful approaches. By Andrea Römmele and Henrik Schober.
Students can apply for living cost stipends for exchanges and internships abroad.
Three Hertie School peers contributed to "Changing the European Debate: A Rollback of Democracy".
"After Greek Deal: 3 Dangers and 3 Opportunities - why it is urgent to complete EMU"
Ruling by German Federal Constitutional Court offers opportunity
Greece is not out of the woods yet. Even if the Greek government legislates a first set of measures and the national governments of the Eurogroup stand by their commitments, a body of thus far widely neglected institutions could...
In order to be effective Podemos and its counterparts need to develop into transnational movements. By Mark Dawson
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Professor Klaus Hurrelmann: pessimism of the young people is worrying
Avoiding Grexit is in everyone's interest, so why is coming to an agreement so difficult? Answers by Mark Hallerberg.
Governments must prepare policy-responses for the day after the Greek referendum, demands Henrik Enderlein.
Berlin, 29 June 2015 – The Hertie School of Governance has, for the third time in a row, been awarded with the certificate “audit family-friendly university” by the initiative „berufundfamilie gGmbH“. The certificate confirms the...
From 5-7 June, the 4th Executive Alumni Retreat took place at scenic Lychensee in Brandenburg, about an hour north of Berlin. Alumni travelled to the retreat from as far as Belgium, Czech Republic, Estonia, Kenya, Switzerland,...
Ninth Master of Public Policy Cohort with 125 Graduates
The working environment will change fundamentally within the next one or two decades. Professor of Public Policy Anke Hassel joined an expert group on “work of the future”, initiated by the Hans Böckler Foundation. The group...