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The Meaning of Brexit

What does Brexit mean for California? To explore this question, IES was pleased to host Matt Beech (​IES Senior Fellow, ​Senior Lecturer and Director of the Centre for British Politics at the University of Hull) for an engaging conversation at the World Affairs Council in Sacramento. Beech offered an expert perspective on British politics and its effect on the international economy following the unexpected results of the 2016 Brexit vote. 

Working, Earning and Learning in the Age of Intelligent Tools

Professor John Zysman, in partnership with the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), hosted a two-day conference co-sponsored by IES/CGES on November 30 and December 1, 2017.

Berkeley-Haifa Workshop on the Refugee Crisis

In May 2017, CGES at UC Berkeley together with CGES at the University of Haifa, in Israel, co-sponsored a workshop titled “The Global Refugee Crisis: What is at Stake?” The workshop took place in Haifa from May 12-28, and included courses, field trips (to the refugee center in south Tel Aviv, to the refugee camp Holot in the Negev and to the Syrian border), and further extra-curricular activities.

Data Privacy and Innovation: A Conversation with EU Parliament Members

Amid current debates on data privacy and tech regulation, IES was pleased to facilitate a timely conversation on these hot topics with members of the European Parliament as part of its lineup of EU Hub West events.


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