Current Projects

The Centre for Federal Studies at the University of Kent

The James Madison Charitable Trust (JMCT) played a major part in the creation of the Centre for Federal Studies (CFS) at the University of Kent. The Trust was involved in the planning and committed substantial resources initially for a period of five years and subsequently extended. The Centre was launched...

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Federalism – Artists and Writers

Research into, information about, discussion of FEDERALISM is usually seen at the preserve of politicians, political scientists, economists, legal experts. However, ideas about federal solutions to ongoing problems – particularly in Europe – have also over the years attracted the attention of writers and artists, especially musicians. Amongst the publications...

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Civil Society and European Networks in post-devolution UK: Governance for Equality and Social Justice after Brexit

This project at Queen Mary University of London led by Dr Paul Copeland addresses the primary research question: What impact will Brexit have on the domestic activity of UK-based civil society organisations (CSOs) working to promote equality and social justice in a post-devolution UK ? It is designed  to gain...

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Future proofing the study of Europe in the UK after Brexit

This project by the University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES) led by Katharine King will support research trips to the historical archives at the European University Institute at Fiesole as well as student travel. It will also fund the best article prize in the Journal of Contemporary European Research...

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