Two POLSIS Academics delivered a masterclass on the causes, process and consequences of Brexit to local students
Dr George Kyris in the Birmingham Perspective: "This autumn, the world stood in awe watching Kurds and Catalans voting to establish new, sovereign states. As the conflict in Iraq flares up again and as Catalonia poses a new challenge to Spain and Europe, sovereignty strikes back as a popular idea. Yet, what sovereignty really is remains a mystery."
MAKERS brings together leaders from business, academia and policy to study issues related to the drivers and dynamics of sustaining the competitiveness of EU manufacturing sectors.
Professor of Marketing Isabelle Szmigin in the Business School blog: What is it about Christmas adverts that makes them so newsworthy?
On the 7 November, six leading academics from the University of Birmingham presented to a full house at the Birmingham REP, the potential implications of Brexit for Birmingham, Britain and beyond, looking at matters such as family, economy, living and migration.
On November 3rd, ICCS PhD student Donatella Bonansinga presented the main ideas and theories behind her research, at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Registrations for ICCS training programme held at University of Birmingham from 16-20 April 2018. The programme aims to bring together students with delegates from around the world to learn about the different approaches to conflict resolution in International Relations.
Listen to a full podcast of this engaging event, which sought to consider the history and diversity of Birmingham's Muslim communities alongside reflecting on notions of belonging, inclusion and 'home' among others.
Twenty years on from the first major report on Islamophobia, a new report involving University of Birmingham research recommends that all parts of society call out prejudice and discrimination experienced by and suffered by Muslims.
Former NATO Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe (DSACEUR), General Sir Richard Shirreff, gave a talk on 'Military strategy and its broader relevance' to students studying Strategy and Decision making in POLSIS.
Professor David H Dunn offers expert opinion on the regulatory challenges of the potential commercial use of unmanned aerial systems.
The Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS) is inviting applications for short term voluntary placements.
Professor Kalwant Bhopal presents the keynote annual race equality lecture at the University of Cambridge as part of their Festival of Ideas event.
Professor Karen Rowlingson discusses the results of her project which explores intergenerational relationships within families by examining the giving and receiving of lifetime gifts.
The extent of grandparents providing childcare in the UK is much higher than previously thought and is a factor in assisting mums, who had taken time out from work to have children, to get back into the workplace, according to new research carried out at the University of Birmingham.
Experts at the University of Birmingham are forging global research partnerships which are transforming business, delegates to CBI Annual Conference discovered today.
The latest ACER report examines Qatar's progress in implementing its education plan for people with autism, considers challenges and opportunities, and suggests recommendations for improvement.
The Birmingham Policy Commission was cited extensively in the recent MoD Joint Doctrine Publication on Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
Researchers in Birmingham Business School and Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business have investigated and continue to research trust in business in its many manifestations. In this short blog, Professor Ian Thomson summarises some of these findings and work-in-progress.
University of Birmingham alumni, supporters and volunteers are joining forces to help change the lives of young people across the West Midlands by encouraging them to enter Higher Education.