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Who We Are

The Public Policy HUB is an initiative developed at the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy (GAPP) in October 2017. It provides the mechanism by which the good ideas and meaningful solutions to Egypt’s chronic and acute policy dilemmas, can be nurtured, discussed, refined, tested and presented to policymakers. It is designed to develop a cadre of well-informed and seasoned policy developers and advocates, while simultaneously fostering and promoting creative solutions to the challenges facing Egypt today.

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Where rigor meets creativity. The Public Policy HUB is designed to fill in the policy research gap in Egypt by connecting the experience of policy researchers and experts in Egypt with policymakers, by presenting innovative policy recommendations for the prevailing Egyptian policy dilemmas.

Annual Conferences and Study Tours

Each year, and up until 2020, The public policy HUB has organized two annual conferences, where the participants get 
the chance to present their policy recommendations to the top-notch policymakers in Egypt and the winning teams are 
awarded to be part of an international study tour to the USA, where they visit a number of research centers, universities, UN offices and think tanks in both New York and Washington D.C.

group of participants in an international study tour

Training and Seminars

The Public Policy HUB is keen on providing the best coaching, mentoring program and well-crafted training for around 200 participants on writing policy papers, interacted by the field’s most knowledgeable professors and experts.

In addition, The HUB organized two seminars in cooperation with UNICEF discussing several social issues related to child welfare, as well as two round-table discussions that were arranged in which all stakeholders from the public, private, and civil society sectors were invited to discuss certain policy issue.

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The HUB in Motion

Curbing Child Marriage in Egypt

The Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in Early Childhood Education

Tackling Stunting and Anemia in Egypt

The Egyptian Unaccompanied Migrant Children

Children and Adolescents at Risk of Drug Addiction

Past Events

Contact Us

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