News and media
Keep up to date with the latest news and events from around the school and the wide-ranging projects our staff and students get involved with.
Join Paul Richardson for the first episode of Leadership Exchanged. Paul is a successful entrepreneur across sectors as varied as waste management and fashion.
Lloyd Bickham, a current Political Science student, released a podcast featuring a host of interviews recorded at the governing party’s conference in Birmingham
Peaky Blinders has become a worldwide success – but what has been the lasting effect of the series on the city and region?
Hidden financial transactions nurture rogue state, organised crime and terrorist groups.
The POLSIS seminar series invites prominent external scholars to discuss big themes including Englishness and the ideology of political reactionaries.
At the digital margins? Researching and communicating marginalisation in online political engagement
New research identifies five key skills and three qualities which are utilised by parliamentarians to support legislation and policy for inclusive change
In this latest seminar, scholars discussed some of the pressing questions of the day related to democratic backsliding, recent elections and the COP 26 Summit.
In a special POLSIS seminar Anand Menon from UK in a Changing Europe discussed Britain After Brexit with staff and students.
How do political leaders around the world successfully create legislation which addresses gender-based violence, disability rights and LGBTQ rights?
Whilst restoration of nature is firmly on the agenda at COP26, Fiona Nunan and Brock Bersaglio argue that power imbalances undermine sustainable development.
In a special seminar, two experts on European politics, Dr Isabelle Hertner and Dr Ed Turner, examined the recent elections in Germany.