Reach Alliance expands to universities in Africa, Asia, and Australia

The Reach Alliance, a student-driven research initiative based at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, is expanding its network to five continents through partnerships with four more universities.

GekoSpy: Pegasus Spyware Used Against Thailand’s Pro-Democracy Movement

New Citizen Lab report reveals an extensive espionage campaign targeting Thai pro-democracy protesters, and activists calling for reforms to the monarchy.

First of its kind: New Munk School course brings together undergraduate students to discuss global controversies

The Munk School is offering a new undergraduate course that examines global challenges through a multidisciplinary lens. Registration for the class, Understanding Global Controversies (course code MUN200H) is open now.

Munk School signs strategic partnership agreement with IE’s School of Global and Public Affairs

On Thursday, June 30, 2022, Munk School Director Peter Loewen was in Madrid to sign a partnership agreement with IE University’s School of Global and Public Affairs. The agreement was signed during the NATO Summit in Madrid and was cited in an official statement by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and President Sanchez as an example of bilateral collaboration between Canada and Spain.

‘Fighting for the future’: Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy speaks with Canadian university students at U of T event

On Wednesday, June 22 at 10am ET,H.E. Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine, spoke directly to students at an interactive event hosted by the President of the University of Toronto and the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy.

The Hon. Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, introduced President Zelenskyy, who delivered an address virtually from Ukraine and took questions from students watching at U of T and in viewing parties at universities across Canada. Munk School Director Peter Loewen moderated the event.

Participant reflections from the Future of Money

In May, our Future of Money event brought together leaders in business, government, and society to discuss the opportunities and challenges presented by the transformation of money in the 21st century. Some of their insights are reflected in this post-event paper.

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Munk School in the Media

Munk School experts are frequently sought to provide comment and context in Canadian and international media. From polling and elections to Citizen Lab reports on NSO spyware, from trade negotiations to global migration, our faculty and researchers are helping to shape conversations on the issues the matter most.