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Latest News

Passion Project Team Gains Perspective on Issues Surrounding Greek Refugees

Passion Project teammates Zoe Kostitsi-Papastathopoulou (MPA ’16), Chia-You Kuo (MPA ’16), and Mariyana Petrova (MPA ’16) travelled to Athens to meet with their client, the Greek Forum of Refugees (GFR), for the first time.

Upcoming Events

Thursday March 12

Alison Powell
5:30pm to 7:00pm
March 12, 2015

Monday March 16

Dan O'Brien
12:00pm to 1:30pm
March 16, 2015

Thursday March 19

Sharath Srinivasan
5:30pm to 7:00pm
March 19, 2015

Friday March 20

Nimmi Gowrinathan
11:00am to 12:30pm
March 20, 2015
Zachariah Mampilly
5:30pm to 7:00pm
March 20, 2015

SPP Students and Clients Advance Their Passion Projects

The School of Public Policy (SPP) at CEU organized a day-long Passion Project Planning workshop on February 28. Representatives from three Passion Project clients (International Crisis Group (ICG), UN Habitat, and the UN Office of the Special Advisor on the Prevention of Genocide & Responsibility to Protect) traveled to Budapest to meet with teams of SPP students.

Tech Critic Jillian C. York Says Social Media is Changing Political and Geographic Reality

Writer and activist Jillian C. York, who is the director for international freedom of expression at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (ECF), offered a global perspective during a public lecture at Central European University (CEU) on February 26, hosted by the Center for Media, Data and Society (CMDS).

SPP Students Organize Policy Cafes to Discuss Pressing Issues

Co-founded by six School of Public Policy (SPP) and the Department of Public Policy (DPP) students, the Policy Cafe brings together students from SPP and DPP to discuss key policy issues. “I wanted to bring our discussions offline in an open roundtable setting,” commented Nuruddin Ahmed (MPA '16).