Policy Challenges in a Global Climate Emergency Context: A Debate on Environmental Displacement
IE Students took part in a vivid debate about environmentally displaced people, coinciding with the Climate Summit in Madrid (COP25).
The panel discussion organized by IE School of Global and Public Affairs and IE Arts and IE Humanities Division included Nuria Díaz, Advocacy and Social participation coordinator at CEAR (Spanish Commission for Refugees), and Olivia Hamill, Deputy Director of Advisory at Oxford Analytica. The session was moderated by Waleed Abi Nada, IE Student of Law and Business Administration, who has gained global recognition as a supporter of youth in underprivileged communities. Waleed is also the founder of the social enterprise The Champ Camp, where he is actively working to empower young boys and girls in Jordan´s Al-Baqa´s Refugee camp at an athletic, social and educational level through Olympic Weightlifting.
05 Dec 2019News, Students
IE School of Global and Public Affairs and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) sign a Partnership to collaborate in International Trade and Public Policy
Madrid, 7 November 2019. IE School of Global and Public Affairs and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) have established a partnership to ...
07 Nov 2019Events, Exectuive Master in Internationalization and Trade, Manuel Muñiz, News
Eisenhower Fellowships partners with the School of Global & Public Affairs at IE University and the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford to train global leaders
This new agreement seeks to train global leaders.
31 Oct 2019Manuel Muñiz, News, Politics
International Experts Pledge to Strengthen Democracy Through the Use of Tech
The risks, challenges and opportunities that the digital transformation, particularly the use of artificial intelligence, is posing for democracy ...
23 Oct 2019Center For Governance of Change, Events, News, Technology & Innovation
The Club de Madrid’s Policy Dialogue Will take place on the 21st and 22nd of October in the Cibeles’ Palace
Club de Madrid’s Policy Dialogue will seek policy solutions to rollout of artificial intelligence in our societies.
11 Oct 2019Academics, Center For Governance of Change, Events
Idoia Ortiz de Artiñano, Founder of IE’s PublicTech Lab, among 100 Most Influential People in Digital Government
The annual list from Apolitical highlights those who are making the biggest impact in digital government Governments around the world are undergoing rapid digital transformation, with public servants and ministers working at all levels to not only reimagine government but to make it a reality. Apolitical, the peer-to-peer learning platform for government, has announced its […]
10 Oct 2019Academics, Technology & Innovation
IE School of Global and Public Affairs Signs Agreement with China Scholarship Council
IE School of Global and Public Affairs has entered into an agreement with the China Scholarship Council to select up to 20 Chinese students.
22 Jul 2019Manuel Muñiz, Master in International Relations, News
IE School of Global & Public Affairs and OECD sign a partnership
The agreement will lead to the revamping of the School’s flagship degree program, the Master in International Relations.
16 Jul 2019Manuel Muñiz, Master in International Relations, News
IE School of Global & Public Affairs Launches Executive Master in Internationalization and Trade
The IE School of Global and Public Affairs and the ITC, in collaboration with the ITFC, launched the Master in Internationalization and Trade.
29 Apr 2019Events, Guests