Case Study (GraSPP Policy Challenge: Global Innovative Public Policy Solutions)
GraSPP Policy Challenge (GPC) offers the unique opportunity to students from diverse background to collaborate and seek to improve their teambuilding and policy-making skills. Participants are tasked with responding to pressing the real-world policy challenges as a group, and with designing policies and proposals in response to those challenges.
All students from GraSPP/STIG are strongly encouraged to apply. Selected groups will be ultimately invited to present at the GPPN Annual Conference 2023 which will take place in São Paulo, hosted by FGV-EAESP.
We are inviting students to identify an important policy challenge in any public policy field and in any regional, international or national context. Students should form teams between 4 and 5 members and work together to develop their proposals. Each school of the GPPN will send up to 20 students in total.
We are looking for student presentations on public policy proposals that:
•Identify an important and pressing public policy problem;
•Present a convincing and innovative solution and demonstrate why this proposal is appropriate to solve the policy problem identified;
•Explain how the solution shall be implemented and what implementation challenges will need to be overcome, taking into account available knowledge and the context in which the policy challenge occurs.
The proposal should be concise but clearly argued and based on evidence from practice and/or research.