YEM Warwick: The Big EU Debate report.

On Friday 23rd January 2015 we held our annual ‘Big EU Debate’ with the proposition ‘This house believes that the UK should exit the European Union’. In opposition we had the honour of welcoming Peter Wilding (director of British Influence) and Anthea Mcintyre (Conservative MEP) whilst for the proposition we enjoyed the company of Chris Read more about YEM Warwick: The Big EU Debate report.[…]

QOTM: Females in European politics by YEM Cambridge

In the light of Angela Merkel’s reelection as Germany’s Chancellor and Ewa Kopacz being Poland’s Prime Minister, to what extent is the glass ceiling for women in politics breaking? The odds look like 2015 is going to be a good year for women in politics. Several European countries are governed by female politicians, such as Angela Merkel in Germany, Helle Thorning-Schmidt in Denmark, Ewa Kopacz in Poland, or Dalia Grybauskait? in Lithuania, plus the Read more about QOTM: Females in European politics by YEM Cambridge[…]

QOTM: Females in European politics by YEM St Andrews

In the light of Angela Merkel’s reelection as Germany’s Chancellor and Ewa Kopacz advent as Poland’s Prime Minister, to what extent is the glass ceiling for women in politics breaking? The realm of politics has always been and continues to be a man’s world. Taking into account prominent female leaders such as Margaret Thatcher, Angela Merkel and the Read more about QOTM: Females in European politics by YEM St Andrews[…]

QOTM: Females in European politics by Tim Otway from YEM Warwick

In the light of Angela Merkel’s reelection as Germany’s Chancellor and Ewa Kopacz being Poland’s Prime Minister, to what extent is the glass ceiling for women in politics breaking? Exceptions are dangerous things. If they are taken to ‘prove the rule’, as the saying goes, then they reinforce a status quo of injustice. Case in Read more about QOTM: Females in European politics by Tim Otway from YEM Warwick[…]

QOTM: Females in European politics by Chris Powers

In the light of Angela Merkel’s reelection as Germany’s Chancellor and Ewa Kopacz being Poland’s Prime Minister, to what extent is the glass ceiling for women in politics breaking? Feminism has a long way to go when it comes to the upper echelons of political power. People quickly jump to Margaret Thatcher, or Angela Merkel Read more about QOTM: Females in European politics by Chris Powers[…]

QOTM: Females in European politics by Laura Krawczyk

In the light of Angela Merkel’s reelection as Germany’s Chancellor and Ewa Kopacz being Poland’s Prime Minister, to what extent is the glass ceiling for women in politics breaking? Traditionally, men have always been perceived as the power holders in the political arena due to the longstanding line of electing them throughout history. The Queen Read more about QOTM: Females in European politics by Laura Krawczyk[…]

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