We’re very pleased to announce that Dante Junior Solano Silva has been awarded the first Politics of Global Challenges International Scholarship for his PhD proposal on ‘Shaping subjectivities: the socio-psychological change in times of economic growth and competing development politics in Latin America (2001 – 2015)’. Dante’s PhD will be based in the Centre for Global…
CDE member Dr Charlie Dannreuther will present findings at an exclusive policy roundtable to MEPs and other key stakeholders as part of the MAX project – maximising migrants’ contribution to society.
Dr Victoria Honeyman, Associate Professor of British Politics, has written an article for UK in a Changing Europe on what the 2021 local elections mean for the UK Labour Party.
CDE has been successful in bringing the PSA’s British Journal of Politics and International Relations (BJPIR) to POLIS from 1 August 2021. We are excited by this opportunity to build on the tremendous work of the Edinburgh editorial team and extend BJPIR’s excellent reputation. CDE members Derek Edyvane, Richard Hayton, Jack Holland and Victoria Honeyman will be…
The Centre for Democratic Engagement hosted a truly global conference on the 26 March 2021, with three hubs across the globe: Australia, Europe, Brazil. This pioneering conference brought together over 200 officials, academics and representatives of third sector organisations from 41 countries to discuss public engagement and its impact on parliaments. This was a highly…
Miranda Duffy, a PhD student at the Centre for Democratic Engagement, has launched a podcast, as part of her studies, entitled DEN of ENQUIRY. The podcast uses poetry to kick-start conversations about democracy and the rule of law for 9+year olds and their adults.
Dr Eike Rinke has co-guest-edited a “Profession Symposium” (a series of 7 short articles) on the topic of “Opening Political Science” that has been published in print in the latest issue of PS: Political Science & Politics.
Professor Leston-Bandeira’s ground-breaking article on e-petitions was selected by the journal Policy & Politics, to be part of its free access virtual issue on digital, democracy and participation. Professor Leston-Bandeira’s article is free to access until the 31 March.
Professor Jocelyn Evans gave a paper, ‘Existe-t-il un effet de « halo » ? Analyse multiniveaux des effets contextuels de l’immigration sur le vote Front national en 2017’, to the Migrations and Society Research Unit in Paris (URMIS) on 11 January 2021.
Dr Victoria Honeyman’s article on Britain’s Overseas Development Aid Agenda is part of a new publication by the Foreign Policy Centre.