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Worshop – becoming politically aware

Worshop – becoming politically aware

This workshop “Becoming politically aware” promotes research collaborations between senior and junior researchers within the social sciences inter-nationally. It also promotes new knowledge, at an empirical, conceptual and methodological level, and elaboration of unique new research areas and programs, concerning democracy and the development of political and participatory skills. Please, find more information here: Workshop

Citizenship and Identity Workshop

Citizenship and Identity Workshop

Workshop 7-8 June 2017, University of Portsmouth. The intersection between citizenship and identity: Contemporary processes of differentiation and exclusion This workshop seeks to provide a critical context for theoretical and empirical examinations of the intersection between citizenship and identity. Observed as the dynamic bond between a sovereign political community and the individual, citizenship is expected to shape community-building processes. The significance of identity in these processes cannot be stressed enough – it is, only, by bringing citizenship and identity together that ‘imagined…

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Political Citizenship and Social Movements – University of Portsmouth – 27-28 June 2016

Political Citizenship and Social Movements – University of Portsmouth – 27-28 June 2016

Citizenship Study Group and the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) Standing Group on Citizenship: Political Citizenship and Social Movements University of Portsmouth, 27-28 June 2016 Sponsored by University of Portsmouth’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Citizenship, ‘Race’ and Belonging Research Group and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence The call of papers for this conference is now closed. We had a wonderful level of interest – with all slots filled – and we are now ready to take registration for…

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