“Kindness”,“the ability to change” and “my beard” are written in large chalk lettering; a man has glitter make-up lovingly applied to his face; on the other side of the room a pair of pink, nippled bean bags invite you to “get comfy and consider how you view breasts”.
Dr Mark Bennister, Reader in Politics has contributed to an important new textbook on the UK Parliament.
Canterbury’s Sidney Cooper Gallery will host an innovative research project today exploring how live art can be used a s a tool for political education.
I first met Michael when I started my Masters’ degree at the University of Kent in September 2005.
As speculation mounts again about Theresa May’s longevity at Prime Minister, Boris Johnson’s star has risen once again. But what would PM Boris be like? Ben Worthy and our own Mark Bennister read the runes from his time as London’s Mayor. This article was originally posted on Democratic Audit UK.