Pratik Phadkule (MPA ’15) and Director of Professional Development Bernhard Knoll-Tudor participated in a workshop on legal empowerment and development organized by the South Asian Institute of Advanced Legal and Human Rights Studies (SAILS) in Dhaka, Bangladesh on December 14-15, 2014.
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The topic of Okey Marcellus Ikeanyibe’s presentation during the faculty seminar on December 12 was “Bureaucratic Politics and Implementation of Economic Liberalization Reforms in Developing Countries: Insights from Privatization in Nigeria’s Oil and Gas Sector.”
During a faculty seminar at the School of Public Policy on December 5, Associate Professor Thomas Skouteris reported on his ongoing research: a monograph entitled Placing International Law: Jurisdiction, Authority, Technique (Routledge, 2015) that he is co-authoring with Sundhya Pahuja (Melbourne), Robert Wai (Osgoode Hall), Fleur Johns (New South Wales), and Shaun McVeigh (Melbourne).
“What the lessons of Venezuela teach us,” says Julia Buxton, professor of comparative politics and associate dean for academic affairs and programs at the School of Public Policy (SPP) at Central European University, “is that the social determinants of health can be prioritized and addressed through innovative strategies that can provide marginalized communities with increased access to quality health services.”