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The winners of the European Public Sector Award EPSA 2021 have been announced today at the official.
Evidence from the Second Reform Act Callum Craig Framing Threat: The role of threat perception and online media in support for political violence in the US.
Explaining the association between immigration and citizenship regimes Eman Abboud The Exit Option: an analysis of how ethnopolitical exclusion motivates emigration desires from sub-Saharan Africa Théoda Woeffray Implementation Leeway in the Dublin System: How Efficiency Considerations Influence Dublin Procedures in Switzerland Ilona Lahdelma, Spyros Kosmidis Does learning about the economic benefits of immigration update people's policy preferences? By working simultaneously on our contribution towards general interest through , and on our social, environmental and digital externalities through our CSR policy, we can now take on the challenge of integrating sustainable solutions in each of our areas of expertise, to propose an offer adapted to the challenges of today while anticipating those of tomorrow.
Please, note the panels will be held at Central European Summer Time CEST.
Please note that we have organized a social event in the virtual Galander Bar.
In the final stage, the three best projects in three categories — Innovation, Green and Digital — have been praised during the ceremony.
The conference final programme can be seen at.
Description: The winners of the European Public Sector Award EPSA 2021 have been announced today at the official.