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17.02.2020

Announcement of SEPT Alumni Conference 2020

Our SEPnet partner The Master's in International and Development Economics (MIDE), is excited to announce the common Alumni conference 2020 titled, 'Implementing the SDGs - Practical Challenges, Creative Solutions and Best Practices for Knowledge Transfer and Policy learning.' The conference will take place at HTW Berlin (Germany) from 27th- 30th of July, including a day for career workshops. Please find more details in the attached call.

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29.12.2020

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11.03.2020

Webinar: German Health Tec in China (Online panel)

In cooperation with the AHK Shanghai, DC-Hub will host a webinar on the topic of German Healthtec in China as an online panel. The founder of the AI & Hardware Startup diafyt and participant of the first Shanghai Startup...[more]

27.02.2020

The International SEPT Program supports the African Centre for Career Enhancement & Skills Support (ACCESS)

The ACCESS project at the University of Leipzig seeks to address the paradox of a growing and improved formal education system in Africa which does not improve access to the labour market, but rather contributes to increasing...[more]

News

17.02.2020

News from our last ABSBio Workshop in Benin

We are pleased to share with you a new YouTube video presenting our work within the International Workshop on: Access and Benefit Sharing – Sustainable Use of Biodiversity, in the ABSBio November 2019 Workshop in Benin Link [more]

12.02.2020

Our SMILE start-up team AfricaWorks joins business delegation for German President’s state visit to Republic of Kenya

The company has been invited to join a delegation of selected business representatives that is accompanying the President of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, for his state visit. Jörg Kleis will be representing AfricaWorks in...[more]

06.02.2020

New publications from the SEPT team

Most recently, one article in the field of entrepreneurship and effectuation logic has been published, by Prof. Md. Nur Alam and Prof. Utz Dornberger. Does institutional inefficiency encourage entrepreneurs to adopt effectuation...[more]