09 September 2015

Verfassungsblog Enters into Partnership with WZB’s Center for Global Constitutionalism

The Center for Global Constitutionalism at the WZB Berlin Social Science Center has joined Wissenschaftskolleg/Recht im Kontext as a strong institutional partner of the Verfassungsblog. Together, we are looking forward to build on the blog´s achievement and further strengthen its position as a leading forum of debate on topical questions of national, European and global constitutionalism, fostering exchange between academic expert knowledge and the political public sphere, while consolidating Berlin’s reputation as a place where cutting edge research on pressing contemporary public law questions is conducted and exciting debates at the interface between law, politics and society are launched.

As part of this new cooperation, we plan to provide the Blog with a facelift and upgrade its technical functionality. The current setup of the blog, much as we have come to like it over the years, has a number of issues that need to be adressed, including its availability on mobile devices (or lack thereof). We will be working on these issues during the next weeks and months and hope to unveil the results in early December. Stay tuned!

Mattias Kumm

Christoph Möllers

Maximilian Steinbeis


SUGGESTED CITATION  Kumm, Mattias, Möllers, Christoph; Steinbeis, Maximilian: Verfassungsblog Enters into Partnership with WZB’s Center for Global Constitutionalism, VerfBlog, 2015/9/09, https://verfassungsblog.de/verfassungsblog-enters-into-partnership-with-wzbs-center-for-global-constitutionalism/.

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09 September 2015

Verfassungsblog Enters into Partnership with WZB’s Center for Global Constitutionalism

The Center for Global Constitutionalism at the Berlin Social Science Center (WZB) has joined Wissenschaftskolleg/Recht im Kontext as a strong institutional partner of the Verfassungsblog. Together, we are looking forward to build on the blog´s achievement and further strengthen its position as a leading forum of debate on topical questions of national, European and global constitutionalism, fostering exchange between academic expert knowledge and the political public sphere, while consolidating Berlin’s reputation as a place where cutting edge research on pressing contemporary public law questions is conducted and exciting debates at the interface between law, politics and society are launched.

As part of this new cooperation, we plan to provide the Blog with a facelift and upgrade its technical functionality. The current setup of the blog, much as we have come to like it over the years, has a number of issues that need to be adressed, including its availability on mobile devices (or lack thereof). We will be working on these issues during the next weeks and months and hope to unveil the results in early December. Stay tuned!

Mattias Kumm

Christoph Möllers

Maximilian Steinbeis


SUGGESTED CITATION  Kumm, Mattias: Verfassungsblog Enters into Partnership with WZB’s Center for Global Constitutionalism, VerfBlog, 2015/9/09, https://verfassungsblog.de/verfassungsblog-enters-into-partnership-with-wzbs-center-for-global-constitutionalism/.

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