Study: Most young Germans behave responsibly during COVID-19; 72% take hygiene rules seriously.European Affairs · Public administration
Damian Boeselager is the 2020 recipient of the Hertie School’s Alumni Achievement AwardCivil society · Fundamental rights and human rights
Alum-spiration: “Reaching out for help is a sign of strength, not weakness”Fundamental rights and human rights · Health, labour, education and social policy
Alum-spiration: “Be fully open to explore and learn new things”
The recently-reignited conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan has raised a multitude of international law questions: When is force justified against a secessionist movement? Can lost territory be reclaimed by military means? Hertie School Adjunct Professor Bernhard Knoll-Tudor dives into these issues in a blog post he co-wrote for the European Journal of International Law. https://www.ejiltalk.org/at-daggers-drawn-international-legal-issues-surrounding-the-conflict-in-and-around-nagorno-karabakh/?fbclid=IwAR3DQQjGhpcxAx3GjaNm42YVB822lrGDH42zkz1Ws9xqxc3aS1lqUjEysaM On 10 November, Azerbaijan and Armenia signed a Statement with the Russian Federation that fundamentally changes the scope of the conflict concerning Nagorno-Karabakh and the surrounding territories as well the status of the so-called “Republic of Artsakh” that had declared independence in early...
Congratulations to Damian Boeselager, 2018 dual degree MPP graduate, for winning our annual Alumni Achievement Award! Join us at 5pm on Friday to hear from Damian and enjoy our digital Alumni Reunion! Read about the award and register for the reunion here! https://www.hertie-school.org/en/news/detail/content/damian-boeselager-is-2020-alumni-achievement-award-winner A Member of the European Parliament since 2019, Damian Boeselager co-founded the grassroots pan-European party Volt.
Corey Barber (MPP 2010) joined the Media and Communications department of the European Centre for Constitutional and Human Rights in 2019. Before that, she worked in the public relations, international development, and healthcare.⠀
We checked in to see how she is doing ten years after graduation, and she recalled some Hertie School memories and gave advice to current students, like: "If you are having a hard time, don't be afraid to reach out for help. Doing so is a sign of strength, not weakness."⠀
Read our Q&As with Corey and other alumni at bit.ly/hertielove⠀
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