Alumni news and events

New Executive Programme in Outcomes, Performance and Resources

New Executive Programme in Outcomes, Performance and Resources
Description
06, 07 March and 03, 04 April 2014. At a time of public sector austerity, value for money takes on a greater-than-ever priority. This course addresses key questions in efficiency and performance and shows how services can be defended against retrenchment budgeting by clear evaluation of outcomes.
Date:
Friday 8th November 2013

New Executive Programme in Public Management and Leadership

New Executive Programme in Public Management and Leadership
Description
15, 16 May and 05, 06 June 2014. This programme will give you a firm grounding in the theories of leadership and management in the context of a fast-changing public sector. You will learn new ways of looking at old problems and gain invaluable insights from the experience of successful leaders.
Date:
Friday 8th November 2013

IDD 50th anniversary event: Taking politics seriously: from development to social justice?

IDD 50th anniversary event: Taking politics seriously: from development to social justice?
Description
15th November 2013, 18.00 - 19.00. Speaker Professor Sam Hickey, Institute of Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester. A lecture to be given as part of the celebrations for the 50th Anniversary of the International Development Department and on the eve of the 2013 Development Studies Association conference to be hosted at the University of Birmingham
Date:
Wednesday 6th November 2013

Postgraduate Open Day - 27 November 2013

Postgraduate Open Day - 27 November 2013
Description
The next Postgraduate Open Day will be held on Wednesday 27 November 2013. You can now book your place.
Date:
Tuesday 5th November 2013

POLSIS seminar series podcast: Brazil in the global nuclear order

POLSIS seminar series podcast: Brazil in the global nuclear order
Description
A discussion on Brazil and nuclear weapons within a wider discussion of nuclear cooperation and trust building. Speaker: Matias Spektor (King's College London); Discussant: Nick Wheeler (POLSIS); Chair: Marco Vieira (POLSIS).
Date:
Thursday 31st October 2013

GSDRC / DLP job vacancy: Research Administrator

GSDRC / DLP job vacancy: Research Administrator
Description
IDD is looking for a talented administrator to support the management of two high-profile research initiatives: GSDRC and the Developmental Leadership Program (DLP). Apply by 04 November 2013.
Date:
Monday 28th October 2013

IDD Guest seminar podcast: Revisiting the Inequality and Conflict Nexus

IDD Guest seminar podcast: Revisiting the Inequality and Conflict Nexus
Description
Speaker: Professor Mansoob Murshed, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Erasmus University of Rotterdam and Coventry University. The International Development Department hosts a number of seminars throughout the autumn term which focuses on a number of different topics. The seminars are open to everyone.
Date:
Friday 25th October 2013

DLP job vacancy: Communications Support Officer

DLP job vacancy: Communications Support Officer
Description
The Developmental Leadership Program (DLP) is recruiting a Communications Support Officer to help make DLP's research findings more accessible to decision-makers. This is a varied and flexible part-time role with an application deadline of 04 November 2013.
Date:
Thursday 24th October 2013

Undergraduate Open Day: 26 October 2013

Undergraduate Open Day: 26 October 2013
Description
Our Undergraduate Open Days offer you the perfect opportunity to hear first-hand from our current undergraduates and teaching staff about living and learning at Birmingham.
Date:
Tuesday 22nd October 2013

Exciting, Forward Thinking Undergraduate Degrees

Exciting, Forward Thinking Undergraduate Degrees
Description
Choose to study political science, international studies, sociology or european politics and take the opportunity to examine some of the most important political issues that we as citizens face in the 21st century.
Date:
Tuesday 22nd October 2013

Undergraduate Student Exchange and Year Abroad

Undergraduate Student Exchange and Year Abroad
Description
The University of Birmingham is committed to producing global citizens by providing students with as many opportunities as possible internationalise their degree. Each year from within POLSIS up to a quarter of our students have the opportunity to complete a year abroad as part of their degree program and benefit tremendously from increased confidence and different academic perspective of having studied a politics based degree in a foreign country.
Date:
Monday 21st October 2013

Undergraduate Open Day: 26 October 2013

Undergraduate Open Day: 26 October 2013
Description
Our Undergraduate Open Days offer you the perfect opportunity to hear first-hand from our current undergraduates and teaching staff about living and learning at Birmingham.
Date:
Monday 21st October 2013

IDD Guest seminar podcast: Addressing Tough Challenges in State-building One Step at a Time

IDD Guest seminar podcast: Addressing Tough Challenges in State-building One Step at a Time
Description
Speaker: Anne-Marie Brinkman, Independent Consultant, former advisor to UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Nairobi. The International Development Department hosts a number of seminars throughout the autumn term which focuses on a number of different topics. The seminars are open to everyone.
Date:
Friday 18th October 2013

Podcast: The EDL, Tommy Robinson and the British Far Right

Podcast: The EDL, Tommy Robinson and the British Far Right
Description
The Politics @ Birmingham Podcast: Episode 03. On this week's podcast we talk about the shock resignation of Tommy Robinson as leader of anti-Islam protest group the English Defence League, and whether he or the movement now have a political future. We also discuss the fortunes and prospects of the British far right more generally, as well as those who seek to thwart it.
Date:
Tuesday 15th October 2013

Video: Saving Humans: Risk, Intervention, Survival

Video: Saving Humans: Risk, Intervention, Survival
Description
'Saving Humans' is an innovative and timely theme which consolidates existing University research agendas, provides opportunities for creating novel and exciting partnerships, transcends divides between arts, social sciences and natural sciences and, most importantly, addresses broader issues of social, political and moral concern for humanity's future.
Date:
Friday 11th October 2013
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