STIG/GSDM Track: Call for Application: GraSPP Policy Challenge “SDG Technology and Policy Innovation Lab”

STIG/GSDM TrackCall for Application
GraSPP Policy Challenge “SDG Technology and Policy Innovation Lab”
– Apply, collaborate internationally and go to New York!!

GraSPP Policy Challenge (GPC) is a new initiative at GraSPP, in which Japanese and international students collaborate and seek to improve their teambuilding and policy-making skills. Participants are tasked with responding to pressing real-world policy challenges as a group, and with designing policies and proposals in response to those challenges.

All students are encouraged to apply. If you passed the first screening you are able to register this initiative as a Case Study: GraSPP Policy Challenge I in A2 term. Finalist groups will be ultimately invited to present at the GPPN Student Conference* at Columbia University, New York in February 2018.

For more information, please attend the orientation session on October 27.

GraSPP Policy Challenge (GPC) Orientation:
 [WHEN] 12:00-12:40, Friday, October 27, 2017
 [WHERE] SMBC Academia Hall, 4F, International Academic Research Bldg.

*GraSPP is a part of the Global Public Policy Network (GPPN) and delegates its students to the GPPN Student Conference every year. The Global Public Policy Network (GPPN) is a partnership between Columbia University, FGV EAESP, University of Tokyo, Hertie School of Governance, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Institute of Public Affairs at LSE and Sciences Po, Paris. GPPN is global in two ways: the global spread of its members and its subject focus on emerging global trends in public policy.