As part of the Canadian Federal Series of events we are delighted to announce that on Thursday, 27 February 2014. Mr Stephane Paquet, the Agent Generale of the Quebec Government to the UK will talk about “Contemporary Issues in Canadian Federalism – The View from Quebec”.
Politics and International Relations Senior Lecturer Dr. Laura Cashman is quoted in this Financial Times article on the rise of anti-Romaism in Europe. Dr. Cashman is currently working on a CCCU funded project with her colleague Dr. John FitzGibbon gathering data on anti-Romaism in Populist Parties across Europe.
Why we support “Hooligans” – Understanding the Bosnian Protests
Lack of agreement on whether Bosnia’s root problem is the Dayton structures, corruption, inequality – or something else – is a reminder of the challenges facing the protest movement.
Second year CCCU Politics student Oli Fawcett is part of the steering group for a new European Think Tank created and run by young people to tackle youth unemployment – Youth Future Think Tank.
by Andrew Miller (Second year History and Politics student at Canterbury Christ Church)
MSc by Research in the Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences
Expression of Interest Form for 2014-15 Academic Year
Unhelpful comments from Viviane Reding indicate how anti-Romani discourses are creeping into the mainstream
The protests have shown clearly that Bosnians want to decide their own future, not have solutions handed down from elsewhere.