Following on from the submission our final year students made to the Political and Constitution Reform Committee Consultation on a new Magna Carta, the evidence has now been published and CCCU are mentioned on paragraph 21 in the Committee report. The evidence is published at the end.
Does Britain need a written constitution?
By Dr. John FitzGibbon
On Friday 30 January a group of 20 Politics and International Relations students, mainly first year undergraduates, visited Parliament.
Canterbury Christ Church politics students were invited to take part in a special debate at Parliament on Monday 19 January, led by Harvard Professor of Government Michael Sandel exploring the nature and limits of democracy.
Deputy Head of the China Division at the EU External Action Service (EEAS) Mr. George Cunningham participated as a guest lecturer for two taught modules for the Politics and IR programmes on 27/11/14.
On 23 October, students in Dr Mark Bennister’s final year British politics class took part in a role play simulating a House if Commons select committee inquiry session investigating the swine flue epidemic.
In September 2014 Canterbury Christ Church University signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Centre International de Formation Européenne (CIFE), a French education institution with headquarters in Nice and further offices in Berlin, Brussels and Istanbul.
CCCU and CIFE have been working together since 2012 in organising the summer school on Federalism, Multinationalism and the Future of Europe,