Professor Mike Weed, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research and Enterprise, sets out Canterbury Christ Church University’s commitment to the Kent and Medway economy during and beyond the COVID-19 crisis
MSc student Emily Webb shares her story of misfortune and how the kindness of classmates and lecturers helped her to keep going.
Kehinde Abolarin, Doctoral Candidate at CCCU, reflects on the power of institutions to shape our perceptions of others.
Rebecca Papp, MSc Student, applies the ideas of environmental racism to show how the events of 2020 have deep roots in our unequal society.
In recent years the Politics and IR programme has taken steps to acknowledge and dismantle racism in the study of Politics. Dr Laura Cashman considers the progress so far and […]
Kumba Krubally, PhD candidate in Politics and International Relations, shares her experiences of racist discrimination in the UK Individuals across the world have expressed outrage over the recent events in […]
Dr Dele Babalola, Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, reflects on the protests sparked across the world by the murder of George Floyd. George Floyd, an African-American was killed in […]
Dr Susan Kenyon considers the long-term environmental impact of the ‘super-spreader narrative’ surrounding public transport. Public transport is facing a bit of an image problem.
In the latest installment of our blog series “The Impact of COVID-19 on Kent and Medway”, Dr Laura Cashman reflects on the implications for migrants living in Kent and Medway. […]