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16 -  30 September
Don't forget: Prior registration is required for online and in-person events. To help us to make the Hertie School as safe as possible, we strongly encourage attendees to wear masks when attending the events. Please check the details on the Hertie School website.

Event highlight

Thur, 22.09. | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm CEST | On-site
Hands-on security: Ambassador Christoph Heusgen
Speaker: Ambassador Christoph Heusgen (Munich Security Conference)
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Public events

Wed, 21.09. | 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm CEST | Online
Book presentation - Sovereignty, technology and governance after COVID-19: Legal challenges in a post-pandemic Europe
Speakers: Deirdre Curtin (Robert Schuman Centre), Tommaso Fia (European University Institute), Sarah Tas (European University Institute)
Chairs: Francisco de Abreu Duarte (European University Institute), Francesca Palmiotto (Hertie School)
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Fri, 23.09. | 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm CEST | On-site 
What does it take to be an impactful digital transformation leader – in government and beyond? 
Speaker: Siim Sikkut (former government CIO of Estonia) 
Discussant: Luciana Cingolani (Hertie School) 
Chair: Gerhard Hammerschmid (Hertie School) 
This event is hosted by the Centre for Digital Governance. 

Mon, 26.09. | 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm CEST | On-site 
Book launch: “Sharing Power, Securing Peace? Ethnic Inclusion and Civil War” by Lars-Erik Cederman, Simon Hug, and Julian Wucherpfennig 
Speakers: Julian Wucherpfennig (Hertie School), Alexandra Scacco (WZB), and Ryan Griffiths (Syracuse University). 
This event is hosted by the Centre for International Security. 
Fri, 30.09. | 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm CEST | On-site
Towards a new understanding of governance: The 2022 Berggruen Governance Index
Speakers: Cornelia Woll (Hertie School), Helmut K. Anheier (Hertie School),  Markus Lang (UCLA)
Panellists: Wolfgang Merkel (WZD), Gwendolyn Sasse (ZOiS), Alina Mungiu-Pippidi (Hertie School), Nicola Brandt (OECD)
Chair: Cornelia Woll (Hertie School)

Research events

Wed, 21.09. | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CEST | Online
The UK "Online Safety Bill", revised and resubmitted
Speaker: Victoria Nash (Oxford Internet Institute)
Part of the Digital Governance Research Colloquium hosted by the Centre for Digital Governance.
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Thur, 22.09. | 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm CEST | Online and On-site
Before the global enclosure: Non-Western states in the 19th century
Speaker: Ryan Griffiths (Syracuse University)
Part of the International Security Research Colloquium hosted by the Centre for International Security.
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Mon, 26.09. | 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm CEST | On-site
Disruption to diffusion: Activating the process of social innovation
Speaker: Gary Painter (University of Southern California)
Part of the Social Policy Research Colloquium.
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Mon, 26.09. | 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm CEST | Onsite
Presentation of working paper “Distributive Fairness and Legitimacy in International Organizations”
Speaker: Lisa Dellmuth
Part of the European Governance Colloquium hosted by the Jacques Delors Centre.
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Wed, 28.09. | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CEST | Online
"Automated States and the Politics of Use"
Speaker: Fleur Johns (UNSW Sydney)
Part of the Fundamental Rights Research Colloquium hosted by the Centre for Fundamental Rights.
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Wed, 28.09. | 12:00 pm – 1.00 pm CEST | Online
Public and private power in social media governance: Multistakeholderism, the rule of law and democratic accountability
Speaker: Rachel Griffins (Sciences Po)
Part of the Digital Governance Research Colloquium hosted by the Centre for Digital Governance.
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Thur, 29.09.| 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm CEST | On-site
"Playing it Safe or Taking a Chance? Choosing between Challengers"
Speaker: Timothy Hellwig (Indiana University)
Part of the Political Economy Lunch Seminar (PELS).
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CIVICA events

Tue, 27.09. | 12:00 pm CEST | Online
Open science discussion forum: Preregistration in the social sciences
Speaker: Lou Safra (Sciences Po)
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Events for students

Mon, 19.09. | 9:00 am | Online | Application deadline: Mon, 3.10.
"Women in Sustainability Mentoring Programme" – Application opening
The Women in Sustainability Mentoring Programme is a small-group mentoring programme that aims to help women-identifying students kick-start their careers in climate, energy, and sustainability-related professions.
Hosted by the Centre for Sustainability.
Learn more and apply here

Mon, 19.09. | 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm CEST | On-site 
Professional perspectives panel: How to find a job in Berlin as an international graduate
Speakers: Ofer Dotan (LEAD Mindsets & Capabilities), John Albert (AlgorithmWatch), Mariana González Carrillo (GIZ), Subiksha Natarajan (RCS Global Group).
Hosted by the Career Development Team.
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Fri, 23.09. | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm | On-site 
Centre for International Security Happy Hour 
This social event is an opportunity to meet and talk to our Centre faculty, researchers, fellows and staff, mingle with your fellow students and explore the Hertie School's second site on Alexanderplatz.
Hosted by the Centre for International Security. 
Thu, 29.09. | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | On-site
ERCA open day
Meet Hertie’s anticorruption and state-building research team
Join us for a pizza to discuss Russian kleptocrats and their Western enablers, our work for the United Nations in building the first national framework to assess corruption, find practice partners for your theses and meet the fellows and staff of the Hertie School European Research Centre for Anti-Corruption and State-Building (ERCAS). 
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