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The University of Birmingham has secured substantial funding from the Economic and Social Research Council for a transformative Doctoral Training Partnership
The UK Parliament has re-selected the University as a chosen partner to teach the highly regarded Parliamentary Studies module from the academic year 2024/25.
What is political polarisation? How different is it from ‘normal’ democratic conflict? And why have we been getting it wrong?
On 17 October, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, leader of the Belarussian opposition, gave the inaugural State of Democracy Lecture in the Houses of Parliament.
Join Patricia Correa (Aston University) and Manoel Gehrke (CEDAR) in this new episode of the People, Power, Politics podcast on the 2023 Spanish election
Dr Peter Kerr awarded prize for co-authored paper ‘Guided by the science’: (De)politicising the UK government’s response to the coronavirus crisis.
The Centre for Elections, Democracy, Accountability and Representation (CEDAR) has published its third People, Power, Politics podcast episode
The prospect of Robert Fico returning to power after this month’s election could mean that Slovakia could change direction again.
Prof Nic Cheeseman, has written for the BBC on the recent spate of coups in West Africa, asking what role France has played in the recent political instability.
With the world in the throws of a Barbie resurgence, Dr Sameera Khalfey examines the reception of the film, and what our Barbies represented to us as children.
The recently established Centre for Elections, Democracy, Accountability and Representation has launched a new podcast series called People, Power, Politics.
A return to street politics and another mass movement campaign may once again be on the cards for Thailand’s government.