International Public Policy Review

Founded at UCL’s School of Public Policy, the International Public Policy Review provides a forum for debate, discussion and online networking in the emerging fields of Global Governance and International Public Policy. As a rigorous student-led academic journal, it publishes both original research and innovative commentary from within the School of Public Policy's postgraduate community. Read more »


Social Media Regulation and Human Rights: the Impact of Germany’s Network Enforcement Act

Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Written by: Isobel Blakeway-Phillips Disclaimer: This blog post solely reflects the opinion of the author and should not be taken to represent the general views of IPPR’s management team or those of fellow authors. Germany’s Network Enforcement Act (NetzDG), which entered into force on 1 October 2017, holds social network platforms responsible for moderating content.[1] NetzDG […]

International Public Policy Journal Weekly Briefing

Monday, 15 January 2018

Week in review     Saudi football stadium welcomes women for first time Al-Ahli v Al-Batin match at Jeddah stadium makes history as first to allow women to sit in designated family stands. (Guardian) Czech President Faces a Runoff After First Round of Voting President Milos Zeman failed to win re-election in the country’s first […]

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