This group provides a space for International Studies researchers to develop their work on the various aspects of peacekeeping and peacebuilding. Here we introduce you to the conveners who have made this group a success.
Nuclear panel at BISA PGN Conference 2020, Aberystwyth: Still time to submit a paper!
Introducing the Post-Structural Politics Working Group Co-Convenors
Joint Statement on the termination of Politics and related programmes at the University of Sunderland
Joint statement from BISA, PSA and UACES on the termination of Politics and related programmes
Statement by the BISA Executive Committee on violence at Jawaharlal Nehru University
Juliet Dryden, BISA Director, looks back on 2019 and forward to 2020.
The UK is to preside over COP26 of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change to be held in Glasgow during November 2020.
On 1 January new editorial teams took over at both of the BISA journals - RIS and EJIS
Call for papers: Translation in/of World Politics: Language, Practices, Power
Paper and panel submissions are invited for the BISA Postgraduate and Early Career Research Conference 2020: The unseen of international studies: expanded visions for the ‘second century of IR’.
The IPMRD Working Gtoup are calling for proposals for a workshop on international migration politics
International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group Annual Best Book Award 2019
The first Annual Best Book Award for a monograph in the field of international politics of migration
This workshop aims to explore the methods, benefits and limitations of a perspectivist approach
This IPMRD workshop intends to focus on the global governance of migrants.
The IPMRD Working Group are holding a one-day workshop on the major challenges of migration.
Exploring narrative in the International Relations (IR) discipline.
Workshop on narrating IR - exploring narrative as concept and method
This event will unpick current narrative trends both inside and outside the region.
A one-day research workshop examining the agency in mobility
A workshop exploring the range of interpretive methods in the study of the politics of identity.
IIR is organising two panels at the 42nd BISA conference.
IPMRD group members will be presenting at the 'Refugee crisis in south-east Europe' workshop
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