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 […]
In the second student blog of our series on “The Impact of COVID-19 on Kent and Medway”, Omo Akhakielen, a first year studying International Relations at CCCU reflects on his […]
As part of the second year politics module ‘Global Governance’ we will be teaming up with our good friends at GlobalNet21, an NGO that promotes public discussion and debate on […]
The winning idea from the ‘Hardcopy or #Hashtag: Young People’s Vision for a Digital Parliament’ workshop held at Canterbury Christ Church in September went on to be voted the best […]
On the 4th of November the Politics and IR programme hosted over fifty students from local schools, Chatham and Clarendon Grammar School, Kent College, and St George’s Church of England School Thanet […]
Our students were invited to attend hustings for the South Thanet constituency by the hosts of the world class science campus Discovery Park.
On Wednesday 19 th November the Sociology programme launches the first of its public debates for 2014/15, which takes the controversial subject of fracking as its focus. With David Cameron […]
The Autumn edition of ERIS – European Journal of International Affairs – a journal based here in Politics and IR is out now. See below for a list of the […]