17 janvier 2020

So did students have any impact on the election?

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "hepi"Many people thought students could boost the election results for Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party. Over time, as the proper academic studies of the election drip out, we will come to know for certain if that happened or not. More...

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What is the future for university representation under the Conservatives?

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "hepi"As many UK universities are based in our cities this can have a skewed representation when it comes to higher education matters in the House of Commons. As has been discussed by HEPI on previous occasions, if a politician has a university in their constituency or very nearby this can help them understand the modern challenges of a university rather than relying on personal anecdote from 30 years ago. More...

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Last-minute election musings

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "hepi"Many of the original expectations about it – such as the idea that the vote would be almost solely about Brexit or that the parties would eschew the leader-centric campaigning that didn’t work for Theresa May or that smaller parties would benefit from greater exposure – seem to have been largely false. More...

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HEPI Election Resources

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "hepi"With the polls opening in just over 24 hours, we saw it fit to draw together all our content from the last six weeks related to the race for No. 10. More...

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What are the smaller parties promising for higher and further education in their manifestos?

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "hepi"Having covered the manifesto commitments of the Conservative Party, the Labour Party and the Liberal Democrats previously, we decided to the same for the smaller and non UK-wide parties. More...

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Why do so many academics struggle to understand the politics of modern Britain?

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "hepi"Two years ago, I wrote about the apparent inability of academics – not least political studies experts – to predict election results: in a Political Studies Association survey in 2016, almost 9 out of 10 predicted a Remain victory. More...

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13 janvier 2020

Against the Right Wing

In the last month and a half, I woke up in the morning almost every day to receive terrible news arriving from India that ranged from state-sponsored police brutality on students at Jamia Milia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University to passing of a law that specifically targeted minorities. Furthermore, right-wing goons beat up students and faculty mercilessly inside Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), one of the premier research institutes in India. More...

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Change in the Polls

HomeBy Lilah Burke. Election polling by colleges pays off with publicity and opportunities for students. But some are changing their methods as polling costs increase. More...

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12 janvier 2020

Sidewalk Politics

HomeBy Greta AndersonIowa State University policy restricting political messages written in chalk on campus sidewalks is being challenged in court as violating students' free speech rights. Supporters of the policy believe it will protect underrepresented groups from hateful language. More...

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24 décembre 2019

Comité National de Liaison des Régies de Quartier

CNLRQLes activités mise en œuvre par les Régies de Quartier et de Territoire répondent de manière simple et concrète à des besoins collectifs et individuels non couverts sur leur territoire. Cependant, la première réponse qu’elles apportent est d’impliquer les habitants dans l’amélioration de leur cadre de vie par le développement d’activités techniques et la création d’emplois de proximité.

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