This is the third in a series of five blog posts by Razia Shariff, a Doctoral candidate in the Politics and International Relations programme, as she conducts her field work on the Agency of Social Movements in Bangladesh
Does Britain need a written constitution?
By Dr. John FitzGibbon
In a jointly organised session with our good friends in the CCCU History department Professor Jon Tonge of the University of Liverpool gave an enlightening presentation of his research on the DUP.
Politics Lecture Series – Britain’s overseas aid strategy: How the resilience turn reinforces governmentality
The recently established UK Institute for Migration Research based here at CCCU is offering 4 funded PhD scholarships on themes linked to migration.
Politics Lecture Series – The Moral Majority? Religion, Politics and the Democratic Unionist Party in Northern Ireland
On Friday 30 January a group of 20 Politics and International Relations students, mainly first year undergraduates, visited Parliament.