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.
Daniele Albertazzi was interviewed on opposition to the Euro and the future of the EU by BBC World Service – 'The Inquiry' programme
Scott Lucas writes for The Conversation on 'Egypt: hopes for democratic future die as al-Sisi marches country towards dictatorship – with parliament's blessing'.
Two half-fee bursaries available for IDD PGT programmes on campus, for UK/EU fees. Deadline for applications - 14th June 2019.
This 2-year IGS research project explores Germany's roles and responses during a period of rapidly shifting constellations in global politics. Abstracts for this workshop must be submitted by Friday 8th March 2019.
IDD is looking for a new manager to lead the Governance and Social Development Resource Centre. Closing date 17th March 2019.
Katherine Brown, writes for The Conversation to argue for a combined approach of a fair trial, rehabilitation, and restorative justice in the cases of radicalised individuals returning to the UK.
Scott Lucas on 'Dick Cheney is a man so devious he can't be captured in a Hollywood biopic'.
Uganda's health sector as a 'hidden' positive outlier in bribery reduction.
The University of Birmingham is one of 24 universities announced by the UK Parliament to offer the innovative and unique Parliamentary Studies module from academic year 2019/20.
Scott Lucas in The Conversation: The most memorable moment of the night unfolded on the Democrat benches.
Dr Tim Haughton briefed officials at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on political developments in the Visegrad Four States of Central Europe.
The University of Birmingham has been awarded five Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the United Kingdom.