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APPAM 2017 International Conference - July 13-14, 2017 Brussels
Posted: 1/30/2017

 

APPAM 2017 International Conference:

Public Policy and Governance Beyond Borders July 13 - 14, 2017
Brussels, Belgium

 

The Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) will hold their 2017 International Conference in Brussels, Belgium July 13-14.

We are living in a time when the boundaries of public policy increasingly do not align with the territorial boundaries of countries, and researchers and policymakers are prompted to work within regional, multi-governmental, and international policy spaces. Key arenas of public policy, such as foreign policy and peace building, migration and refugees, social protection and development, health, education and employment, and innovation, to name just a few, require us to think beyond and across borders, discover synergies, and confront tensions. This international conference, held in the capital of Europe's political project, invites researchers, analysts, and policymakers to critically reflect on their experiences of working on issues of public policy and governance beyond borders.

 

Conference Location & Hotel Information

This international conference, held in the capital of Europe’s political project, invites researchers, analysts, and policymakers to critically reflect on their experiences of working on issues of public policy and governance beyond borders. The event is co-sponsored by MGSoG / UNU-MERIT (Maastricht University) and Syracuse University

The 2017 International Conference will be held at the Crowne Plaza Brussels – Le Palace. APPAM will have a room block available for Wednesday, July 12 – Friday, July 14. To reserve a room in the APPAM room block, please use this link.

 

Policy Areas

The 2017 APPAM International Conference seeks to answer questions such as:

  • how global policy challenges affect policy agendas at the international, national, and local levels; 
  • what impact is forced migration and politics of asylum having on governance and economics; and
  • how accurate data be collected in areas fraught with conflict.

More information about the 2017 APPAM International Conference can be found here.

 

Student Scholarship Opportunity

UNU-MERIT is offering a scholarship that will enable up to four (Masters or Ph.D.) students from developing and transition countries to attend the 2017 International Conference. In particular, UNU-MERIT will pay for the international component of the student’s travel costs (international travel), while the student themselves would have to fund their internal travel, accommodation in Brussels, and other out-of-pocket expenses. APPAM will also waive the conference registration fee. For more information about the scholarship opportunity, please visit the dedicated webpage.

 

 



 
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