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Can Satire Transform the Public Sector? Guest Lecture with Author and Satirist Elnathan John

The Nigerian Author and Satirist Elnathan John visited the Brandt School on December 15 and gave a guest lecture on whether satire can transform government and bureaucracy.

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The new CAMPUS Magazine is online

The University of Erfurt's annual review of the year 2020 has been published. The cover topic of the new CAMPUS Yearbook is the Corona pandemic, which was very challenging for research and teaching.

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Guest Talk by Henriette von Kaltenborn-Stachau: Breaking the Silos

Senior Operations Officer in the World Bank’s Fragility, Conflict and Violence Unit, Henriette von Kaltenborn-Stachau, held a guest talk as part of the Global Security Studies course. The guest talk provided examples to showcase the value and…

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Guest Lecture: Ruling without Governing - Tutelary Regimes in Comparative Politics and the Case of Myanmar

As part of Prof. Dr. Andreas Goldthau's Advanced Research and Writing Seminar at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, Prof. Dr. Marco Bünte held a guest lecture on Tutelary Regimes in Comparative Politics & The Case of Myanmar on November 18th,…

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Heike Grimm appointed as Officer for Start-up Issus and Entrepreneurship

The Presidium of the University of Erfurt has appointed Professor Heike Grimm, holder of the Aletta Haniel Professorship for Public Policy and Entrepreneurship at the Willy Brand School of Public Policy, as the first Officer for Start-up Issus and…

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“Brandt School Graduation Prizes” awarded for the first time!

Honoring exceptional students for their outstanding academic accomplishments as well as political and social commitment, the Brandt School awarded three prizes to four of its recent graduates at the Welcome Reception 2020.

 

 

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Brandt School Welcomes New Students

The Brandt School opened the new academic year with its traditional Welcome Reception on October 29, 2020. The virtual meeting combined warm words of welcome, a keynote speech on democracy and entrepreneurship during Covid-times, the launch of a new…

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Publication Launch: “Populism and a New Age of International Fragility. Seeking Policy Innovations 40 Years after the Brandt Report”

This publication is, in many ways, a testament to the Brandt School’s internationality. Fifteen authors from nine countries have written and collaborated for the preparation of the final volume.

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