The Commitment Award 2016 of Willy Brandt School of Public Policy was awarded on July 10th. The Commitment Award aims to support new, charitable, social initiatives implemented by MPP students and alumni. 1st prize winners of 2016 are Batyrbek Alymkulov and Daniar Matikanov (Kyrgyzstan) for their project “Water for Small-scale Farmers”. They present practical solutions for efficient water use in the absence of water system infrastructure in rural areas. You can find more information here.
Since October 2008, the Haniel Foundation has funded the Franz Haniel Chair of Pubic Policy which recalls the name of the pioneer of social entrepreneurship: Franz Haniel (1779-1868). Now there is a new call for application for this position. Thank you for sharing! For more information click here.
Yesterday we celebrated the graduation of 19 pupils of the Aletta Haniel Programme here at the Franz-Haniel-Platz.
Each year up to 25 pupils get the possibility to take part in the programme of Haniel Foundation, Aletta Haniel Comprehensive School and the Municipal Integration Centre Duisburg. Main goal of the three-year-programme is to support pupils having difficulties at school. The participants learn more about their strengths, train applications and get help in studying for school. 32% of the participants start a training directly after school and 68 % aim to do their university-entrance diploma. Congratulation! The programme is funded by an external donation of Peter Groos. Thank you! You can find more information here.
What is the position and role of business schools in the future and what kind of management education do we need? These questions are part of the Routledge Companion to Reinventing Management Education,which was launched on June 20th in Copenhagen. The Companion is one of the main results of the cooperation between Haniel Foundation, University St.Gallen and Copenhagen Business School within the European Haniel Program. You can find more information here.
85 McCloy Alumni, scholars, friends and sponsors met last weekend in Berlin for the annual meeting. Interesting inputs, discussions and sharing experiences were in the main focus.
One of the top acts of the conference was the podium discussion „Banks are dead. Long ilve the banks.“ with Felix Hufeld, president of the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BAFIN), Jörg Kukies, Jörg Kukies, managing Director of Goldman Sachs Germany and Levin Holle, Head of department in the Federal Ministry of Finance Germany. Except for Levin Holle all participants are McCloy Aumni.