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Our MPP students: Yvette Yakibonge

17 Feb 2021

Yvette Yakibonge is one of six sisters raised by a single mom, who immigrated to Montreal, Canada from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in search of a better life for her family. When Yvette...

McGill Alumni Public Policy Society

The McGill Alumni Public Policy Society (MAPPS) enables McGill University alumni working in public policy to maintain contact with the University, and each other, for their shared benefit and the...

Our MPP students: Charlotte Reboul

4 Feb 2021

“In undergrad, you’re often taught about all the problems that exist in the world. But the Max Bell School's MPP program is so different—it gives you the tools to actually address these problems,”...

MPP Information Session for African Applicants

2Feb202112:00
to
13:00

This Master of Public Policy (MPP) webinar will be hosted by Mac Sarbah, Founder and CEO of EdAcme, and Max Bell School Director, Chris Ragan./maxbellschoolCategory: Public outreach

Our MPP students: Riad Katkhoda

14 Jan 2021

We reached Riad at his new home base in Dominica, an island country of the Lesser Antilles in the eastern Caribbean Sea, where he’s currently stationed with the World Food Programme (WFP), the food...

Our MPP students: Kayli Avveduti

4 Jan 2021

Kayli Avveduti is Nēhiyaw from the Treaty 6 Territory, born and raised in the Alexander First Nation in Alberta, where she continues to live today. She shares a strong connection to her family and...

2020: A Year In Review

17 Dec 2020

The Max Bell School has had a productive past year, cementing our role as a policy leader through our events and research, and ensuring that our MPP program maintained its high quality while being...

In conversation with Taylor Owen, digital media scholar | MCGILL REPORTER

Published: 26Nov2018

Taylor Owen sat down with the McGill Reporter to discuss media, technology, public policy and his appointment to the Max Bell School of Public Policy. ...

Economic Recovery during the COVID-19 Pandemic

19 Jun 2020

With the current pandemic leaving many industries and economic activities suspended in uncertainty, the need to plan for and ensure economic recovery is becoming more and more of a priority for...

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