Graham Smith, Professor of Politics at CSD, will be participating in the LIFT2014 event 'Rip it up and start again. Change for a tenner'. In the face of anti-politics and disillusionment, this is a celebration of new ways of doing politics.
The Centre for the Study of Democracy (CSD) is collaborating with the Centre of Integrated Research in Risk and Resilience and the Research Centre in International Relations (King's College London) and the Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance (The Open University) in organising an inters-disciplinary worksop on Political Action, Resilience...
This year’s CSD Encounter will focus on the work of the political theorist James Tully, Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Law, Indigenous Governance and Philosophy at the University of Victoria.
As part of their studies at the University of Westminster, first year students at the Department for Politics and International Relations have organized a series of events to explore complex topical issues in politics.
Graham Smith, Professor of Politics at the Centre for the Study of Democracy (CSD) has been awarded £100,000 as part of the ESRC Connected Communities consortium ‘Imagine: the social, historical, cultural and democratic context of civic engagement’. The consortium is led by Professor Graham Crow (University of Edinburgh) and will...
A message from the Democracy and Sustainability Platform:
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CSD is hosting a one-day research workshop on 28 November in collaboration with VetAgroSup Institute, Clermont Ferrand, France and the Leibniz Institute for Ecological and Regional Development, Dresden, Germany.
Peter Newell, Professor of International Relations at the University of Sussex, will be giving this year’s annual CSD Governance and Sustainability Lecture on the theme ‘Governing the Sustainability Challenge’.