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Participants List & Details: Public Policy Qualitative Participatory Action Research Fieldwork Fellowship- Cohort 3.0

Public Policy Qualitative Participatory Action Research Fieldwork Fellowship- Cohort 3.0 | An Online National Summer School Program | A Four-Month Online Immersive Qualitative Participatory Action Research Fieldwork Certificate Fellowship | May 2024 – August 2024 | IMPRI #WebPolicyLearning Participants List & Details Public Policy Qualitative Participatory…

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Participants List & Details: Urban Policy and City Planning- Cohort 2.0 Theme: Towards Viksit Bharat- Developed India@2047

Urban Policy and City Planning– Cohort 2.0 Theme: Towards Viksit Bharat- Developed India@2047 | An Online International Monsoon School Program | A One-Month Immersive Online Introductory Certificate Training Course | July 2024 | IMPRI #WebPolicyLearning Participants List & Details Participants List & Details Urban Policy and City…

Modern Leadership: The Impact of Palaeolithic Instincts on 21st Century Leader Selection

Modern Leadership: The Impact of Palaeolithic Instincts on 21st Century Leader Selection

There's a Stone Age-like preference for leaders who strut tall, talk big, look bold; Biden is being judged not for his policies but for his fumbling at the debate Orangutans and chimpanzees offer an insight into the public reaction to the recent debate between US presidential candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump. No, we are not suggesting any particular resemblance of either candidate to these primates, who still have not come down from the trees, unlike the primates we are more familiar with. Rather, the point is that some quirks of human character make rational political choice rather difficult.
From Biden to Sunak: Global Dissatisfaction with Political Elites

From Biden to Sunak: Global Dissatisfaction with Political Elites

Politics around the world is evolving in ways that both leaders and analysts are finding difficult to assess and respond to. Politicians are scrambling to sustain support as new entrants make inroads into constituencies that have lost faith in the established order. It is in this melee of the old and the new that the grammar of today's politics is charting a course of its own. Globally, the political elites have never seemed so out of touch as they seem today, unable to respond to the challenge from their streets.