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Review of the first digital MGG Academy

© THE Corona changed the world and forced us all to leave our comfort zone. We had to learn to develop solutions for novel challenges. This also applies to the MGG Academy, which normally takes place as a four-month dialogue and training program at the German Development Institute in Bonn. …

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Template Innovation – Regulating for Globalization

Are exploitative contracts part of innovation? 2020 has not only been a year of pandemic. The year has also provided additions to the growing tome of ‘gig economy’ litigation; case law that has largely (though not exclusively) centred around Uber. Employment status has been the focal point of this discussion. …

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Looking back at the first digital MGG Academy in 2020

© THE Corona has evidentially changed the world as we know it and pushed us out of our comfort zone to develop new solutions to tackle new challenges. This also included the MGG Academy, which usually takes place as a four-month dialogue and trainings programme at the German Development Institute …

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High-level event on the future of European development policy against the background of the Covid-19 pandemic

Screenshot: Christine Hackenesch, Martin Jäger, Anna-Katharina Hornidge, Koen Doens, Teresa Ribeiro At the end of the German Council Presidency, a public, high-level online panel discussion on the topic of “The German Council Presidency and the future of European development policy” instead of. State Secretary Martin Jäger (Federal Ministry for Economic …

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High-level event on the future of European development policy against the background of the Covid-19 pandemic

Screenshot: Christine Hackenesch, Martin Jäger, Anna-Katharina Hornidge, Koen Doens, Teresa Ribeiro At the end of the German Council Presidency, a public, high-level online panel discussion took place on 14 December 2020 on the subject of „The German Council Presidency and the future of European development policy„. State Secretary Martin Jäger …

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