Events

On this page we list any forthcoming events relevant to the Department of Politics and International Relations. See also all events in the College of Social Sciences and International Studies.

Any SSIS staff or postgrads may always attend, although registration may be required (the event will specify if so). Anyone else should contact the department or the centre in question.

We also have a listing of past events.

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24 January 2018

Cake for Comments Series: Nicole Bolleyer, Professor in Politics, Exeter; Valeria Smirnova, University of Dusseldorf; Fabrizio di Masco, University of Turin and Alessandro Natalini, Parthenope University

‘Parliamentary Ethics Regulation in Europe: Studying the Evolution of Complex Regulatory Regimes’ (draft article). Full details
Amory A239CAdd this to your calendar
31 January 2018

CAIS Brownbag Seminar: Janyl MOLDALIEVA (UNU-MERIT) – Playing the “Game” of Transparency and Accountability: The Agency of Communities in Kyrgyzstan’s Natural Resources Governance

Please note special time. BREXIT workshop begins at 1PM Reed Hall that day). Full details
Amory A239CAdd this to your calendar
31 January 2018

Brexit: Understanding, Legitimacy and Implications

Workshop organised jointly by the Centre for Political Thought, The Centre for European Governance and the Centre for Rural Policy Research. Full details
Reed HallAdd this to your calendar
7 February 2018

Public Policy Seminar Series: Sandra Kröger, Senior Lecturer in Politics

The Legitimacy of the Brexit Referendum. Full details
Amory B143Add this to your calendar
7 February 2018

CAIS Brownbag Seminar: Aneta BROCKHILL – Title tbc

Full details
Amory B218 Add this to your calendar
7 February 2018

Patricia Correa, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Exeter

‘Electoral strength and internal party asymmetry in the Spanish Popular Party’ (draft article). Full details
Amory A239CAdd this to your calendar
14 February 2018

Public Policy Seminar Series: Michael Winter, Professor of Land Economy and Society

Agriculture and the Environment in Uncertain Times: Competing Positions in the Brexit Debate. Full details
Amory B143Add this to your calendar
21 February 2018

CAIS Brownbag Seminar: Bice MAIGUASHCA – Feminism In and Against Neoliberalism

Full details
XFI Seminar Room AAdd this to your calendar
21 February 2018

Cake for Comments Series: Alice Moseley, (Exeter), Alistair Clark (Newcastle) and Emily Rainsford (Newcastle)

Nuffield Grant Application ‘Countering Political Disaffection: Online interventions to enhance electoral registration amongst non-voting citizens'. Full details
Amory B310Add this to your calendar
1 March 2018

Careers in lobbying and advocacy with Danny Kushlick (Transform Drug Policy Foundation)

Join Danny Kushlick (Founder and Head of External Affairs at Transform Drug Policy Foundation) for a workshop focusing on a career in lobbying and advocacy. Transform is a charitable think tank that campaigns for the legal regulation of drugs both in the UK and internationally. Transform aims to educate and inspire policymakers to explore and implement the effective legal regulation of drug markets. Danny will speak about his diverse career and experiences, give an in-depth look into the work of organisations such as Transform, and give his tips on being successful in the industry. There will be a Q&A after the talk, and a drinks reception where you will have the chance to speak to Danny further. Danny Kushlick bio: Danny is the founder of Transform Drug Policy Foundation, which he started in 1996, after working in a variety of jobs in the drugs field. It was his clients' experience that led him to the understanding that prohibition is a social policy catastrophe. He worked for Bristol Drugs Project, the Big Issue Foundation, Bath Area Drugs Advisory Service and the National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders (NACRO). He is now an internationally recognised commentator on drug and drug policy issues, with a unique combination of personal experience and broad, global view. Please ensure that you arrive promptly for the start of this event and that you have your University ID card (UniCard) with you. Your attendance at this appointment/event will be recorded. If you are recorded as absent your ability to book further events and appointments may be temporarily revoked. If you are unable to attend, please cancel your booking as soon as possible. Please see attendance policy at http://www.exeter.ac.uk/careers/exeter/aboutus/policies/. Full details
Amory C417Add this to your calendar
7 March 2018

Special workshop on Spaces of Conflict, Security and Development

Full details
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7 March 2018

Public Policy Seminar Series: Matt Lobley, Professor in Rural Resource Management

“Farmers are hefted onto land and we don't transplant very easily”: The challenge of retirement in the agricultural sector. Full details
Amory B143Add this to your calendar
7 March 2018

Cake for Comments Series: Stephen Greasley, Lecturer in Politics, Exeter

‘Corporate reputation in the outsourced state’ (draft article). Full details
Amory B218 Add this to your calendar
14 March 2018

Public Policy Seminar Series: Alice Moseley, Lecturer in Politics

New Frontiers in Public Administration: The Behavioural Perspective. Full details
Amory B143Add this to your calendar
21 March 2018

Public Policy Seminar Series: Oliver James, Professor of Politics

The Data Revolution in Government Performance Reporting: Evidence from Experiments with Citizens and Users. Full details
Amory B143Add this to your calendar
21 March 2018

CAIS Brownbag Seminar: Saipira FURSTENBERG & John HEATHERSHAW – Forms of State Repression and Practice in an Age of Globalisation: The Case of Central Asian Political Exiles.

Full details
XFI Seminar Room BAdd this to your calendar
21 March 2018

Cake for Comments Series: Benjamin Lyons, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Exeter

Title tbc (draft article). Full details
Amory B310Add this to your calendar