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UCL Green Impact Awards 2015

UCL action for sustainability was celebrated this week at the Sustainability Team's annual Green Impact Awards. Vice-Provost Professor Anthony Smith, Professor Graham Hart, Dean of the Faculty of Population Health Sciences and the Sustainability Team paid tribute to the remarkable efforts of staff and students in creating a more sustainable UCL.  More...

Call for papers: Normative Interventions

The relationship between political philosophy and political practice is among the oldest preoccupations of our discipline. The execution of Socrates is a metaphor for the dangers of taking philosophical arguments about civic life into the political arena. While the costs of “going public” are certainly no longer lethal, professional pitfalls remain for those who seek to influence policymakers and voters through their work. How can political philosophers do the kind of fine-grained, esoteric work prized by top journals, while also achieving the real-world impact that is increasingly demanded by university leadership? What sort of impact are political philosophers even positioned to make, and how can they best make it?  More...

UCL alumnus receives a Prestigious Fulbright Award to the US

Dr. Kate Chandler, an alumnus from University College London, has received an Executive Master in Global Public Policy and Management Fulbright Award to enable her to study for one semester at New York University, Wagner, on one of the most prestigious and selective scholarship programmes operating world-wide.  She will return to UCL in January 2016 to complete her degree at the UCL School of Public Policy. More...

The 2015 General Election in Review

Archaeology Lecture Theatre G6 on 3rd June 2015.

How can practitioners 'do governance differently'? DAC GovNet discussions

DLP's Deputy Director Dr David Hudson spoke about DLP’s contribution to A Governance Practioner’s Notebook: Alterative Ideas and Approaches at the 20th OECD DAC Network on Governance Plenary Meeting on 13 May.  More...

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