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Ángel Alonso Arroba appointed as new Vice Dean of IE GPA

Ángel Alonso Arroba appointed as new Vice Dean of IE School of Global and Public Affairs

IE University announce the appointment of Ángel Alonso Arroba as new Vice Dean for Management and Development of the School of Global and Public Affairs.

In his new position, he will promote an ambitious agenda aimed at advancing the international profile of the School, enhancing its programs and activities and designing and implementing its future strategy. He replaces Jaime de Aguinaga, who recently assumed the duties of Vice Provost for Strategy and Development at the newly created Provost Office.

Alonso Arroba arrives to IE University with a distinguished career in international affairs. Most recently, he was Ambassador-at-large for Spanish Global Citizenry at the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, developing networks of Spanish professionals abroad. During his tenure at the Ministry, he was a member of the Prime Minister’s Covid19 task force during the first wave of the pandemic and played a key role in the drafting of Spain’s Foreign Policy Strategy 2021-2024.

27 Oct 2021

 

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Speaker of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey at IE GPA

IE School of Global and Public Affairs hosted the speaker of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey at the IE Tower

Dean Manuel Muñiz and Mustafa Şentop had a conversation on Turkey’s view of global politics, its relations with the European Union and Covid19.

30 Sep 2021

 

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Irene Blázquez-Navarro appointed as the new Director of IE University’s Center for the Governance of Change

In her new position, Irene Blázquez-Navarro will be promoting and strengthening the applied research conducted at the CGC.

23 Sep 2021

 

Manuel Muñiz rejoins IE University as Provost, and as Dean of IE School of Global and Public Affairs

Manuel Muñiz rejoins IE University as Provost, and as Dean of IE School of Global and Public Affairs

As Provost of IE, Manuel Muñiz will drive the university's international expansion and create and consolidate new strategic alliances.

31 Aug 2021

 

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The Spanish Exporters' and Investors Club and IE University sign agreement

IE University and The Spanish Exporters’ and Investors Club sign an agreement to promote Spanish Companies internationally

IE University and The Spanish Exporters and Investors Club will cooperate on training leaders and managers to face the new challenges posed in ...

21 Jul 2021

 

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The UNDP and GPA sign an alliance for sustainable development

The United Nations Development Programme and IE School of Global and Public Affairs sign an alliance to enhance capacities for sustainable development

The UNDP and GPA School join forces to foster the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

06 May 2021

 

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Vaccine Nationalism: the need for worldwide convergence

IE School of Global and Public Affairs organized a discussion with John W. H. Denton AO, Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce.

The race for vaccine inoculation has shown today’s blatant worldwide inequalities: countries’ capacity to immunize their population has been commensurate to the affordability of some countries against others, and we have witnessed how vaccines have been used as a geopolitical tool, as Susana Malcorra, Dean of IE School of Global and Public Affairs, and John W. H. Denton AO, Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), highlighted at an event on  “vaccine nationalism” held this week at IE University.

With the situation worsening in India and stockpiling of vaccines happening across the world, this discussion was organized to reflect on these developments and provide insights from world leadership to curb the detrimental effects of “vaccine nationalism”. This is a phenomenon describing the race of dozens of wealthy countries to secure deals with pharmaceutical companies to ensure vaccines for their own populations, thus limiting the stock for less privileged countries who are not in the same negotiating capacity.

29 Apr 2021

 

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Using Augmented Reality to raise awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a shared blueprint for long-term peace and prosperity for everyone on the planet.

26 Mar 2021

 

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IE University participates in the European project 1Planet4All to combat climate crisis

1Planet4All is a pan-European project that brings together young individuals to help achieve the 2023 objectives.

25 Mar 2021

 

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The Challenges of Mario Draghi. What will be the future of Italy and Europe?

A discussion on the challenges of Draghi in reforming the country and creating stronger bonds with the rest of Europe.

22 Mar 2021

 

Transatlatic Relations Initiative

The Biden Administration: A new beginning for the relations between Latin America and the United States?

Latin America will not be one of Biden's top priorities, but the new Administration will have an impact on the region.

08 Mar 2021

 

Transatlatic Relations Initiative

Developing a new social contract in Latin America

Susana Malcorra and Rebeca Gryspan discuss the effects of COVID-19 in Latin America, and how the region can move forward.

05 Mar 2021

 

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The Lessons Learned from the EU’s Joint Vaccine Procurements Strategy

A meaningful conversation on the EU's vaccination strategy and the difficulties to negotiate on behalf of 27 countries.

04 Mar 2021

 

Transatlatic Relations Initiative