Edition 2 | Academic year 2019/2020
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Edition 2 | Academic year 2019/2020

Dear Friends of the Hertie School,

We are very proud that Başak Çalı, our Director of the Centre for Fundamental Rights and Professor of International Law, delivered oral pleadings before the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights in the Selahattin Demirtaş case.
The Hertie School community also was excited to welcome Jeffrey D. Sachs for a timely lecture on European Union statecraft for sustainable development.

I hope you enjoy reading about all the recent highlights at the Hertie School!

Henrik Enderlein
President, Hertie School

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How can EU statecraft support sustainable development?


Jeffrey D. Sachs speaks on opportunities to put the EU in the global lead for SDGs at the Kapuscinski Development Lecture.
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Başak Çalı delivers oral pleadings before Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights


Court considers case on arrest and pre-trial detention of Turkish politician Selahattin Demirtaş.
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Admissions for MPP and MIA


We are now accepting applications for our Master of Public Policy and Master of International Affairs. Studies start in September 2020. 
Apply now!

Why do some ideas catch on?


Johanna Mair examines systemic power in fields in the Academy of Management Journal.
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Recruiting for EU peacekeeping missions


Some EU states skilfully use networks to bargain for recruits, Marina Henke writes in Security Studies.
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The "essence" of EU fundamental rights


Mark Dawson co-edits special focus issue of the German Law Journal.
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Integrating small trading activities into supply chains in developing countries


Leo Iacovone researches how new technologies can help coordinate between suppliers and vendors for the World Bank. 
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Kick-off of Berlin School of Economics


Hertie School is part of the Berlin-wide doctoral and postdoc network in economics.
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Study: Young east and west Germans still see career prospects as sharply divided


Klaus Hurrelmann advises on McDonald's fourth German vocational training study.
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Is the German government's new climate package too weak?


Christian Flachsland says proposals are too cautious in Der Spiegel and on German TV ZDF.
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How to ward off the next recession


Policymakers may need to explore alternative fiscal and monetary options, writes Jean Pisani-Ferry in Project Syndicate.
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Film discussion: The struggles of prosecuting conflict-related sexual violence


Centre for Fundamental Rights hosts student discussion with filmmaker of "The Prosecutors".
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Alumni video: Meet Dan Sobovitz (MPP 2010)


From an Israeli settlement to EU digital communications.
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