This month the spotlight was on Model UN, political careers, and of course… the November graduations! Now, we’re letting the festivities in..
The moon shall join your coalition!
- Valentine Basset chaired her first Model United Nations Conference!
She was warned…
- Benjamin Van Broeckhuijsen wrote about the government’s handling of the Manston detention centre for student paper Inquire.
The stakes could not be higher
- Joel Nugent explained the recent Presidential elections in Brazil and described the issues awaiting newly elected President Lula.
- Ninog Jouanno is completing the bi-national programme in partnership with the Institut d’Etudes Politiques and reflects on her studies so far…
Triple bottom line
- MA students Salomey Ali and Killa Zadva explored the potential for business partnerships in the peacebuilding space.
- Senior politics lecturer Dr Charles Devellennes launched a new book! It examines Macron’s political career from his rise as a public figure to his time as a president.
- Dr Iain MacKenzie recently interviewed Dr Dipali Mathur for the Paris Institute for Critical Thinking ‘Bookaholic’ podcast.
- Professor Matt Goodwin spoke at a conference of financial investors who wanted to explore the current and future direction of British politics.
- This month we caught up with Kent alumni! Yani King is a Diversity & Inclusion Consultant, providing advice and understanding on creating diversity and developing inclusion practices where everyone can be themselves, and Eliza Islam tackles homelessness through culinary and hospitality training and wellbeing support.
- We wished our Class of 2022 a huge congratulations at the November Graduations. See the photos here.
- We hosted the last of our 2022 Open Days – check out the story highlight and book here to visit us in January.
- We are inviting student-led applications for research scholarships commencing in September 2023. Submit your application by 20th January 2023.