As an interdisciplinary hub for innovation and learning, the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs (SPPGA) at the University of British Columbia draws on the expertise of university institutes, research centres and faculties, and invites collaboration with local and global communities.
Dispatch from the Field – Global Policy Project Team in Ghana
One of this year’s Global Policy Projects is underway in Ghana, where MPPGA students Adedoyin Luwaji, Ali Bajwa, John Ede, Simin Yook, and Ros Seibert have been working closely with their client, Free the Slaves (FTS), a global NGO and a pioneer in the modern anti-slavery movement.
It’s Time for French Museums to Return Cambodian Artifacts
A new report recommends returning artifacts seized from French colonies in Africa. MPPGA student Darren Touch says Cambodia should also be included. Read more about what this could mean for the Asian nation in The Diplomat.