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Dissecting the Economic Crisis and its Impact on Women

The economic crisis in Europe continues to have broad and far-reaching effects on all segments of society. Some groups, however, have been more affected than others.

Fiscal Consolidation Less Likely When Governments Fear Electoral Punishment

In a recent article published in the European Journal of Political Research, SPP Assistant Professor Evelyne Hübscher and University of Geneva Associate Professor Thomas Sattler explore the tension caused by government efforts to “implement unpopular fiscal consolidation packages in order to raise their macroeconomic credibility among fin

The Future of Mundus MAPP

Since its establishment in 2007, Mundus MAPP has been running as a prestigious and highly competitive Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters course under the European Union's esteemed Erasmus+ Erasmus Mundus Programme, with generous scholarships provided by a grant from the European Commi

The Future of Drug Policy Reform After UNGASS 2016

Twenty-seven civil society activists, researchers, and practitioners from 20 countries traveled to Budapest last week to participate in an executive course on the opportunities and challenges to drug policy reform after the April 2016 United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Drugs.

In Her Own Words: Sabrina Ahmed at Solidarity Now

Sabrina Ahmed
Mundus MAPP, Class of 2017
Intern, Solidarity Now, Athens

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