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LATEST NEWS:

The Dean of the School of Public Policy, Diane Stone publishes "Making Global Policy" in the series Elements in Public Policy

SPP Professor, Julia Buxton provides commentary in a new documentary ‘Venezuela: the Curse of Oil’ produced by German broadcaster ZDF. She filmed the interview in Rome and was interested in participating, as the production team had done an ‘incredible amount of research’ in Venezuela and went to great lengths to bring diverse perspectives into analysis of the country’s political and economic situation.

Conradulations to SPP Alumnus Yuxin Wang for receiving the German Chancellor Fellowship at the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) in Berlin. 

Under a broader EU effort called SUNRISE three School of Public Policy students under the Applied Policy Project coordinated with the 14th district municipal government of Budapest, of which Gergelyi Karácsony was mayor.  He has since been elected mayor of Budapest in last month's October election.

The Dean of the School of Public Policy, Diane Stone participated at the 20th Anniversary conference of the Global Development Network in Bonn Germany on the 23rd of October.

SPP Faculty contributes to the Regional Academy on the United Nations (RAUN) which trains young scholars in issues related to the United Nations and international cooperation. The Academy combines lectures and workshops with practical hands-on-experiences. 

Meet the SPP Student Reps

Shirin NASEER
MA in Public Policy

"I am not interested in finding answers. I want my experiences at university to be about finding the right questions. That is exactly why I chose CEU--a university that encourages curiosity and empowers its students to embrace their unique selves. I feel that may be the only way to bring about meaningful change."

December 5, 2019 1:30PM. 
Lecture by David Szakonyi on Candidate Filtering: The Strategic Use of Electoral Fraud in Russia
Budapest Campus | Nador 15 | 101