CCCU Politics and International Relations entered a team of third year students into a global NATO disinformation challenge on Friday 21 October. They wrote this blog at the end of […]
Sixth form students from The Leigh Academy join us to debate: Environment v. Exclusion – who wins, when policies conflict?
We were delighted to welcome sixth form students from The Leigh Academy in Dartford for a taster day at CCCU in July. We were inspired by their engagement, confidence and […]
Virtual Trip to Brussels 2021
Question: what do you do when you cannot take students to visit Brussels? Answer: we bring Brussels to us.
The Impact of Coronavirus – Personal Stories from Kent and Medway
Dr Sarah Lieberman and Dr Soeren Keil introduce their new CEFEUS research project “The Impact of COVID-19 on Kent and Medway”. We are living in extra-ordinary times. Never has this phrase […]
Introducing Dr Dele Babalola: the newest member of the Politics team
I am delighted to be the newest member of the Politics team. Prior to joining CCCU, I was a Senior Lecturer at Baze University, Abuja, Nigeria. I also taught at […]
Greetings from the Politics team!
As the final teaching week of this academic year draws to a close, it has certainly been one to remember. Following Laura’s blog about teaching ‘from a distance’ last week, […]
Global Goals Week: #SDGTeachIn
This week the Pol IR team joined more than 300 educators around the UK who pledged to teach about the Sustainable Development Goals as part of the third annual #SDGTeachIN. […]
Semester 1 In Review
The academic year 2019/20 has been incredibly busy thus far. As Semester 2 begins we are taking a moment to take stock of the highlights of semester 1. At the […]
MOVEMENT² ESRC Festival of Social Science
People craned out of windows and gathered on corners to watch as nearly a hundred young people chanted, danced and demanded their right to freedom from fear. On Tuesday 6th of […]