And breathe… We have the inside scoops from party conference, critical research on social security and the UN, and a running commentary of Sunak’s Everest-like … Read more
Month: October 2022
‘Rishi Sunak faces the political equivalent of climbing Mount Everest.’
Professor Matt Goodwin has been pretty busy this month commentating on the ever-changing U.K. political landscape. How will Prime Minister Rishi Sunak succeed where his … Read more
Research seminar: What can Climate Litigation learn from Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement?
Dr Yogi Hendlin joins for Centre for Critical Thought from Erasmus University Rotterdam for our November research seminar. He will be presenting his research on: … Read more
Don’t Mourn, Organise
The School of Politics and The POLIR Society present ‘Manifesto’, a feature length documentary about Walton CLP giving a first-hand account of grassroots community activism, … Read more
Kent researchers to co-investigate public perceptions of administrative fairness in the digital welfare state
An HSS division research collaboration between the School of Psychology’s Political Psychology Lab and the School of Politics and International Relations which will address the … Read more
Only Two More Prime-Ministers To Go til Christmas..
‘I’ve simply never seen numbers like this before’ -Professor Matt Goodwin on the conditions that made the Liz Truss government untenable. Read his blog or … Read more
Why non-western voices are key to addressing human rights violations in China
Jamie Gruffydd-Jones explains why Chinese leaders are so determined to prevent United Nations’ scrutiny. The United Nations’ human rights body faces much scrutiny following a … Read more
A student inside the Conservative Party Conference 2022
Third Year Politics Student, and Chair of the Kent University Conservative Association, Eamon O’Reilly, attended the Conservative Party Conference this year in Birmingham prioritising the … Read more
The Government’s Kami-Kwasi Budget
On the 23rd of September, Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng announced the ‘Growth Plan 2022’, a ‘mini-budget’ calling for expansion of the supply side of the country’s … Read more
This is not a Moment, this is a Movement.
This Black History Month, we take a look at some important texts by Black authors studied in our Introduction to Political Thought module, which last … Read more