Which Media Can Be Trusted in the Digital Age?

29 Nov 2018

Last June Elon Musk threatened to launch a ratings platform for journalists, eliciting a hostile reaction from journalists and media observers. A typical response held that journalism isn't the...

Announcing the Digital Democracy Project

29 Nov 2018

Public Policy Forum President & CEO Edward Greenspon and recently appointed Max Bell School of Public Policy professor Taylor Owen announced the launch of a multi-year project to analyze and...

An Inside View on the Future of Responsible Journalism

16 Nov 2018

While struggling to preserve the trust of its readership, mainstream American media has been faced with a series of crucial concerns regarding journalistic conduct. How are journalists to cover...

Max Bell School Celebrates its Launch and Talks Policy in London

11 Oct 2018

The Max Bell School of Public Policy was in London last week to celebrate its recent launch and the unveiling of its flagship teaching program – a one-year Master of Public Policy (MPP) – which is...

Facebook’s Fight Against Misinformation and Protection of Election Integrity

28 Sep 2018

Good afternoon everyone. I want to begin by thanking Professor Chris Ragan, Director of the Max Bell School of Public Policy, for inviting me here to speak about the work we are doing at Facebook...

Celebrating a new generation of data-powered policy analysts

5 Sep 2018

On August 23, McGill’s Max Bell School of Public Policy co-organized a showcase event with the Centre for Social and Cultural Data Science to mark the end of the Policy & Data Science (PODS)...

Bridging Divides in Calgary

7 Jun 2018

Earlier this week, McGill’s Max Bell School of Public Policy headed west to the hometown of the foundation which gave the school its name. The Max Bell School was in Calgary for an event co-hosted...

Max Bell School's New York Launch

12 Apr 2018

From domestic taxation to global security, the Trump administration has consistently highlighted that national interests will be paramount in U.S. policy decisions. But what does this really mean...



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