The Afghan Deputy Minister for Programmes at the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development, Mr. Mohammed Tariq Ismati, will address Canterbury Christ Church Undergraduate Politics and International Relations students on the topic of “Local Governance and Development in Afghanistan: The Role of International Community and Civil Society” on Wednesday, 11 December, 11-1pm.
Dr. Soeren Keil has just published a book entitled “Multinational Federalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina” with Ashgate.
On Friday, 8 November, the Department put together a full half-day of events as part of the ESRC national Festival of Social Sciences. Welcoming upwards of 200+ students between the ages of 17 and 20 from several local secondary schools in Canterbury and beyond, a variety of quizzes on the iconography of Europe, including EU flags and features of the euro were used by Dr Amelia Hadfield to introduce students to EU basics.
Latest Lecture in Canadian Federalism Series: ‘The Challenges of Education and Student Mobility in Canada and the European Union’
On Friday, 15 November, as part of the lecture series exploring Canadian federalism sponsored by the Foundation for Canadian Studies in the UK, CCCUʼs Politics and International Relations Department in the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences hosted a lecture entitled ‘The Challenges of Education and Student Mobility in Canada and the European Union’.