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The Global Leadership Initiative (GLI) offers Undergraduate and Postgraduate taught students from the Faculty of Social Sciences  the opportunity to attend major international summits taking place during the academic year. Accompanied by academic staff, small groups of approximately 8 students will actively engage in these meetings, developing press and policy briefs facilitated by media and other forms of accreditation.

This is an opportunity for students to gain first-hand experience of international policy debates at the highest level, to attend press conferences and produce outputs visible to an international audience thereby enhancing their research skills and employability.

Student participants will be expected to produce material relevant to the conference they attend. Expected outputs include two policy briefs for online publication, as well as summative briefs to support the work of the international press and/or delegates present at the events.

See Opportunities 2018 for information on latest GLI activities.

The GLI has established
a partnership with the Global Policy Journal to publish the work of GLI Policy Analysts via an online platform and an e-journal.

Click here to read about our partnership, offering cutting edge analysis on global collective action problems.Global Policy Journal

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The Global Policy Journal

The Global Leadership Initiative (GLI) has established a partnership with the Global Policy Journal to publish the work of GLI Policy Analysts via an online platform and an e-journal. The Global Policy is a unique hub generating peer-reviewed interdisciplinary research and cutting-edge analysis on global collective action problems by world class academics and practitioners, accessed by experts and the informed general public. 

The Global Policy Journal has published the work of student Policy Analysts from the first Global Leadership Initiative (G7 Summit and G20 Summit in 2015) up to the Creative Commons Summit in 2017.
























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