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.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the School of Global and Public Affairs of IE University have signed an agreement to join forces to build capacities, innovative solutions and thought leadership for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Both IE School of Global and Public Affairs and UNDP will advance their development activities to address the complex challenges associated with the 2030 Agenda.
06 May 2021News, Partners
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 2021Alumni, IE Experience, Master in International Development, News, Technology & Innovation
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 2021News
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 2021Transatlatic 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 2021Transatlatic 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.
Susana Malcorra, Dean of IE School of Global & Public Affairs, spoke to Ibero-American Secretary-General Rebeca Grynspan about COVID-19 in Latin America. The development expert offered her insight on the effects of the pandemic as well as necessary actions for the region’s recovery.
Serving as Ibero-American Secretary-General since 2014, Rebeca Grynspan’s impressive career also includes job titles like Vice President of Costa Rica and Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations.
05 Mar 2021Guests, News, Politics
How can we design a more inclusive world? Perspectives from architecture and international relations
As part of IE Sustainability Week, Susana Malcorra and Martha Thorne explore how to design a more inclusive world.
30 Nov 2020News
The Recovery and Resilience Fund: Breakthrough for a stronger Europe?
An evening of conversation on the agreement to unlock de EU Recovery Fund.
13 Nov 2020News, Transatlatic Relations Initiative