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Postgraduate research

Postgraduate research
Our aim is to think, debate and develop new approaches to politics collaboratively and, hopefully, stimulate new thinking and public discussion on these key topics of our time.

The CCIG postgraduate group works to make the postgraduate students more visible and active within the centre, and to provide a platform for collaboration between students and members at large.  

In a world where insecurities and fears are increasingly enacted and circulated in order to sustain the status quo, we ask ourselves what we, as postgraduate researchers, can do to move beyond the politics of insecurity. How do we rethink citizenship, identities and governance in non-exclusionary ways? And how can we challenge contemporary discourses and practices that categorize and divide people and places along various lines and yield multiple discriminating effects?  

Our aim is to think, debate and develop new approaches to politics collaboratively and, hopefully, stimulate new thinking and public discussion on these key topics of our time.  

If you are interested in knowing more about the CCIG Postgraduate Research Programme, joining in or just coming along to one of our meetings or seminars, please contact the centre's Research Secretary.