By Mark Bennister, Senior Lecturer in British Politics
The Canterbury Christ Church University’s Politics and International Relations programme will be hosting a discussion featuring three expert speakers on the events of 9/11.
The Politics and International Relations programme as part of its Making Politics Matter series held a hustings for the Canterbury and Whitstable constituency on Friday 24th of April. Almost 300 members of the public, students, and community activists piled into the Michael Berry Lecture Theater leaving standing room only at the event.
This is the fifth 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
Dr Mark Bennister, Senior Lecturer in Politics, has recently won Nuffield Foundation Trust funding for a one year research project examining ‘Prime Ministerial Accountability to Parliament’.
In this blog, CCCU Jean Monnet Chair Amelia Hadfield and CCCU Politics/IR Graduate Michal Gloznek take another look at Horizon 2020, and ask whether it represents an EU investment offensive to boost jobs and growth, or a frontal offensive on research and innovation.
Our colleague Dr. Lorena Arocha from Sociology is looking for a research intern with proficiency in a Central and Eastern European language as part of the Research & Knowledge Exchange Internships scheme. Do read over the details below and apply.