How has the British Empire and the Memory of It Affected Views on Brexit and the EU?
We're getting together with The University of Aberdeen History Society to host Dr Andrew Dilley and Dr Malcom Harvey for a talk on how the legacies of Empire continue to influence politics here in the UK and further afield.
What does the future of Nordic politics look like? What will the aftershocks of the Swedish elections look like? How does Nordic politics affect us here in the UK?
Come along to New Kings 14 on Tuesday for an evening delving into Nordic politics with Dr Anders Widfeldt.
Make your way to Vodka Rev this Tuesday at 7pm for our first social of the year.
This is a great chance to get to know each other and hit up Aberdeen's top drinking spots. Starting at Vodka Rev we'll make our way through the town with plenty of fun and games before ending the night at Underground.
Polish Society in collaboration with the P&IR Society are pleased to invite you to a talk given by Piotr Teodorowski.
He will talk about his experience as a young politician in Scotland and Poland and give you some insight on his current research on post-brexit hate crimes.
What are the pros and cons of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union? What does Brexit mean for Europeans and for UK citizens? Who is losing out and who is winning? Any deal is a good deal? What does Brexit mean for students?
The Aberdeen University Politics & International Relations Society together with the 1989 Generation Initiative – Scotland are seeking to find answers to some of the toughest questions surrounding Brexit. We have invited leading experts in the fields of politics and international relations to help us analyse the Brexit process and present their views and solutions to a wide range of economic and political challenges that the EU and the UK will face in the near future.
Come along to the Bobbin for a Pub Quiz in aid of our charity partner, Cyrenians.
It's only £3 for members and £5 for non-members to enter, so get your teams of 5-7 organised and pit your wits against each other for the chance to pick up some great prizes and support a worthwile cause.