On March 28 2017, the Hungarian parliament tabled higher education legislation that set new requirements for universities accredited in foreign countries.
Despite their best efforts to prevent and control crises, every organisation will unfortunately and inevitably experience at least one at some point.
Globalisation and the increasing interdependence of our societal systems are generating multiple levels of stakeholders that are a challenge to engage with in normal times but that become a nightmare to manage in a crisis.
Following its move to new premises, The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne faced negative headlines and poor staff morale – a state of affairs that threatened one of the biggest change projects in the hospital’s history.
The financial crisis in Ireland had a profound impact on the way its Central Bank supervises and safeguards financial stability. Today, the Central Bank of Ireland has learned lessons and adapted the way it communicates to build public trust.
The International Crisis Group employs analysts around the world to gather first-hand information from the field in order to prevent and resolve violent disputes.