How can we measure leadership?
Energy and Governance Workshop
This is the fourth 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
By Bronwen Edwards (Third Year Politics Student)
Politics and IR at CCCU welcome applications from candidates interested in pursuing PhD research. The deadline for university PhD scholarships is 30 April 2015.
Following on from the submission our final year students made to the Political and Constitution Reform Committee Consultation on a new Magna Carta, the evidence has now been published and CCCU are mentioned on paragraph 21 in the Committee report. The evidence is published at the end.
Dr. John FitzGibbon Senior Lecturer in Politics in the School of Psychology, Politics and Sociology was interviewed for the BBC South East Sunday Politics show on the 1st of March.