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Campus - Politics - 15.11.2023
The First Lady of Ukraine visits the Sorbonne

Politics - Social Sciences - 14.11.2023
Jéco 2023 - History of political conflict through an economic lens
The Jéco ("Journées de l'économie" / Economics Days), of which the ENS de Lyon is a partner, will be held from November 14 to 16, 2023.

Campus - Politics - 31.10.2023
Student elections

Politics - 05.07.2023
Mineral extraction and conflict in the era of green technologies
Mineral extraction and conflict in the era of green technologies

Politics - Economics - 01.06.2023
Charles Louis-Sidois, visiting professor at the Center for Economic Research on Governance, Inequality and Conflict

Politics - 17.03.2023
International DRI U7+ 2023 Presidential Summit

Politics - Social Sciences - 15.03.2023
Conference: democratic governance in Africa
Conference: democratic governance in Africa

Politics - Social Sciences - 01.03.2023
Data mining: Quietly changing our social contract
College selection, highlighted content on social networks, justice and predictive medicine, autonomous vehicles, crowd monitoring.

Campus - Politics - 28.02.2023
Ukraine Emergency: One Year On, How Is Sorbonne University And Its Foundation Supporting The Victims?

Politics - Economics - 17.02.2023
Alireza Naghavi, visiting professor at the Center for Economic Research on Governance, Inequality and Conflict

Campus - Politics - 17.01.2023
2023 BIOSANTEXC Research and Academic Mobility Programs

Politics - 03.01.2023
BIOSANTEXC - Call for Internship

Politics - 15.12.2022
2023 BIOSANTEXC Intership Program

Politics - 15.12.2022
2023 BIOSANTEXC Internship Program

Politics - 26.09.2022
Event DRI Dare to be mobile 2022

Environment - Politics - 13.07.2022
Dennis Meadows at ENS de Lyon, September 19, 2022

Health - Politics - 10.02.2022
Inserm Signs Its First Contract of Objectives, Means and Performance with the French State
Inserm Signs Its First Contract of Objectives, Means and Performance with the French State

Politics - 16.12.2021
Election campaigns and platforms do have an impact on public policy
Election campaigns and platforms do have an impact on public policy
Do election campaigns shape public policy as they are supposed to in a democracy? Do the laws passed during a mandate really address the issues debated during elections? For countries with political

Politics - Innovation - 13.04.2021
Surveillance Culture in 2021
In Asia, the United States, Europe, and all over the world, new surveillance devices are being deployed to enrich the various sectors of our lives.

Politics - 28.02.2021
Fertile Ground for Conflict

Politics - 03.01.2021
[Webinar] Epistemic commitments of complexity theories

Politics - 03.01.2021
Epistemic commitments of complexity theories

Politics - 01.09.2020
Sophie Chevallon is named Director of the CNRS Communications Department
Sophie Chevallon is named Director of the CNRS Communications Department

Politics - 06.12.2017
From Lesbos to Calais: how Europe makes camps
From Lesbos to Calais, Idoméni, Lampedusa, Calais, Ventimiglia: The number of camps in Europe in 2015-2016 appears to be the most visible sign of what has been called the "refugee crisis".

Politics - Social Sciences - 18.04.2017
French Presidential election 2017 under the macroscope
Research labs' collaborative initiatives putting the spotlight on political life With the approach of the presidential elections, researchers are coming together to conduct experiments, and to raise questions about the elections as well as the conduct of electoral campaigns.

Politics - 12.12.2016
China: Delegation of the Chinese Minister of Education at ENS de Lyon

Politics - 18.11.2012
Michaëlle Jean, Chancellor of the University of Ottawa, former Governor general of Canada



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