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Patricia Valerio

Added on: Nov 29, 2018

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The School of Public Policy (SPP) is a multidisciplinary institution focused on the study of global public policy issues both in theory and in practice.

The School of Public Policy (SPP) is a multidisciplinary institution focused on the study of global public policy issues both in theory and in practice. Through excellence in teaching and research, SPP aims to create an educational experience that involves not only the acquisition of skills and knowledge but also the cultivation of a mindset that emphasizes entrepreneurship, innovation, cultural awareness and commitment to the public good.


Linh Tong

I am currently in the second year of the two-year Master of Public Administration program at CEU’s School of Public Policy. I hold a Bachelor of International Affairs from ADA University, Azerbaijan. I am specialized in Higher Education Policy and has a strong interest in legal empowerment for the youth. Prior to my arrival in Budapest, I worked as a project coordinator for the International Eurasia Press Fund to support internally displaced people in war-affected regions of Azerbaijan. I also coordinates with the Institute of Policy Studies and Media Development to evaluate Vietnam’s E-government performance and provide recommendations on the Cyber Security Law implementation. I am increasingly interested in the topic of Government Transparency and conducting more research in this area.


Patricia Valerio

Patricia is an Erasmus Mundus Masters in Public Policy student at the Central European University. Before coming to Budapest, she was a business analyst for Investing in Women, an Australian government initiative that aims to promote women's economic empowerment in Southeast Asia. She also worked as an analyst for the sustainable and responsible investment research arm of Institutional Shareholder Services, where she looked at companies' adherence to the United Nations Global Compact principles. At Devex, a platform for the global development community, she wrote about several urgent issues, such as the sexual abuses committed by United Nations peacekeepers, the uncertain legal status of climate refugees, and the difficulties surrounding aid delivery in Yemen.


Tuan Nguyen Manh

I am currently pursuing a Master of Public Administration at CEU School of Public Policy. I took part in the Legal Empowerment Leadership Course 2019 as a student participant. As part of my degree, I am part of a research group carrying out a project on Measuring the cost of injustice (and the benefit of access to justice) in Ukraine and Australia with the OECD. I am also particularly interested in legal empowerment network in Vietnam and Southeast Asia region.