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"We not only have a duty to save energy, but also a responsibility to society"

Against the backdrop of the current debate on energy-saving measures in the winter semester 2022/23, the University of Erfurt acknowledges its responsibility to society as a whole. In this regard, the Presidium declares:

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University of Erfurt again sets an example against violence against women

Violence - whether physical or psychological - is still an everyday occurrence for women all over the world. A worldwide campaign is drawing attention to this from 25 November to 10 December, Human Rights Day. Alongside numerous other institutions,…

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How can Malaysia unlock a low-carbon future? New policy brief by Andreas C. Goldthau and IASS colleagues

A new policy brief from Prof. Andreas C. Goldthau and IASS colleagues identifies a path to advance Malaysia’s energy transition. Through stakeholder workshops and subsequent analysis, the IASS team identified three core recommendations to advance…

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What are the alternatives to gas in Europe? Prof. Andreas C. Goldthau contributes to a new IISD report on navigating energy transitions

Brandt School Director Andreas C. Goldthau discussed alternatives to gas in Europe in a new report from the International Institute for Sustainable Development, titled “Navigating Energy Transitions: Mapping the road to 1.5°C.”

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Erfurt Transatlantic Dialogue: Contrasting Different Angles on the War in Ukraine

The U.S. Consulate General, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Brandt School invited students and a broader public to debate Russia’s war in Ukraine and the future of European Security Policy on October 24, 2022.

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New Publication on Citizen Assessments of Clientelistic Practices in South Africa

Brandt School MPP Program Coordinator Christian Tischmeyer was part of a research team in 2019 which published a paper on “Citizen Assessments of Clientelistic Practices in South Africa”. The publication builds on current literature on the…

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New Belfer Center report identifies countries with the strongest potential impact on green hydrogen value changes in key industries

New research from EIPCC researcher Laima Eicke and Harvard Belfer Center Senior Fellow Nicola De Blasio analyzes countries’ advantages, opportunities, and challenges in future green hydrogen markets and concludes that future green hydrogen production…

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New Publication on Development Aid and Domestic Regional Inequality: the Case of Myanmar

A new article published in the journal Eurasian Geography and Economics entiteled "Development Aid and Domestic Regional Inequality: the Case of Myanmar" written by Matteo Fumagalli and Achim Kemmerling (Willy Brandt School of Public Policy).

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