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Government & Public Policy News

    • How do voters perceive disabled candidates?

      Dr Stefanie Reher, Lecturer and Chancellor's Fellow in the School of Government & Public Policy, has been awarded a New Investigator Grant from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), worth £283,770, for her project 'How do voters perceive disabled candidates?'

    • EPOP Conference 2019

      The School of Government & Public Policy will host the next annual conference of the Elections, Public Opinion and Parties (EPOP) specialist group of the Political Studies Association (PSA). The conference will take place at Strathclyde from 13-15 September 2019 and welcome scholars and practitioners working on public opinion, elections, and political parties from across the UK and abroad.

    • China University of Political Science Summer School in Beijing

      We have high-value strategic relationships with partner organisations across the globe, such as the China University of Political Science and Law. As part of this relationship, Dr Keith Smith visited our partner organisation in July 2017 and gave an intensive two-week course on Global Governance and International Relations.