Dr Soeren Keil, our Jean Monnet Chair in European Foreign Policy has announced the 2020 winners of the CEFEUS – Jean Monnet prizes. These prizes are supported by our Jean Monnet Chair, which we were awarded in 2018 with the aim of enhancing the teaching, research and consultancy on Europe and the European Union across our degrees in Politics and International Relations, and across the University.
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
Zoe Newman, Head of Nursing, Urgent and Emergency Care at East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust explains how nursing has been transformed during the Covid crisis.
Ray Johnson of the Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce, describes the support offered to businesses and how different businesses have responded to the crisis.
In our next guest blog on the impacts of Covid 19 in Kent and Medway, Occupational Therapist Emma Pope explains how video calls have become a powerful therapeutic tool during lockdown.
In our latest guest blog on the impact of Covid 19 in Kent and Medway, Salim Somjee, Partner at Cripps Pemberton Greenish, describes how businesses have quickly adapted to the ‘new normal’.
In the next student blog of our series on “The Impact of COVID-19 on Kent and Medway”, undergraduate politics student George Stevenson fears for the future of the hospitality industry, and local pubs in particular.
Continuing our blogs about the impact of Covid-19 in Kent and Medway, local business owner David Brown explains how he has changed his business model to meet lockdown regulations.
In the next student blog of our series on “The Impact of COVID-19 on Kent and Medway”, undergraduate politics student Sharday Voller reflects on the disruption to millions of holidaymakers and the implications for the tourist industry.
In the next student blog of our series on “The Impact of COVID-19 on Kent and Medway”, MSc student and former defence diplomat John Maas explores how securitisation theory can help us understand the complexities of public messaging during the crisis.