At the EUI School of Transnational Governance, we train current and future leaders in the methods, knowledge, skills and practice of global governance, helping them navigate policy-making strategies which increasingly transcend borders.
Our current partnerships and collaborations:
The ETGN is a training and development partnership among eight prestigious European academic and research institutions, offering transnational perspectives on governance issues of the 21st century. Founded in 2018, the ETGN consortium partners share knowledge and competencies and deliver collaborative executive education, providing participants with the opportunity to receive the ETGN certificate.
The STG and Stanford University’s Institute for Human-Centred Artificial Intelligence has designed a new Intensive Policy Lab on Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Successful governance of AI and related technologies rely on transnational expertise and coordination and the Intensive Policy Lab equips to equip policymakers from the U.S. and Europe with the knowledge and tools they will need to ensure that the benefits of AI are widely shared, and its risks mitigated.
The Executive Dialogues on International Carbon Markets seek to share the European experience of carbon pricing and trading systems with non-European G20 countries. The programme consists of senior executive level training covering carbon pricing, taxation, offsets and carbon trading systems within the broader policy context of evolving energy markets, low-carbon investment and sustainable finance. Participants are engaged in a rich programme of online events and training.