Category Archives: Student Voices

So, what IS on Nigel Farage’s desk?

A complete guide to a Keele University SPIRE trip to Brussels By Eleanor Fisher 18 students, two lecturers, one SPIRE trip to Brussels to learn about the EU institutions…Right after the UK voted to leave the EU. What could possibly … Continue reading

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Keele Debate and Discussion Society’s EU Referendum Debate

Tom Snape 2nd year IR and Politics student    With the European Union referendum on the horizon and many students feeling unsure about what they thought the Keele Debate and Discussion Society thought it would be an ideal topic for … Continue reading

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What Empowerment Means to Me

Third year International Relations student Sophie Janssen recently created a Vlog on what Empowerment means to her. This was done as part of her application to take part in the upcoming Girls20 Conference, which is taking place in Beijing in … Continue reading

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Reflections from Brussels

In April 2015, a group of 18 SPIRE students from Keele University studying European Union (EU) politics went to Brussels to visit several of the EU’s institutions. Two of the trip participants, Max Hill and Bea Hare, write about their … Continue reading

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