One of the six research themes has been given a new name: the Citizenship and Democratisation theme has just become Security and Social Justice.
Lord Wilson, judge of the Supreme Court, delivered the closing plenary at a seminar reflecting on 21 years of the Children Act 1989.
Celebrated in the UK since 1987, Black History month (October) was founded to celebrate Afro-Caribbean and Asian contribution to our culture.
Brighton’s two universities have joined forces to organise one of the biggest careers fairs in the region.
A former Vice-President of the European Commission opened the 20th-anniversary conference of the Sussex European Institute (SEI).
Eighty-nine per cent of Sussex students are happy with their university experience, according to the results of the latest National Student Survey.
Is there life after the Eurocrisis? That’s one key question at a conference to mark the 20th anniversary of the Sussex European Institute.
Banking scandals, pension frauds, tax evasion, MPs' expenses - tales of corruption always make big news, but what is its real impact?
The SEI has a published a new working paper on 'Who is willing to participate, and how? Dissatisfied democrats, stealth democrats and populists in...
Congratulations to Dr Lee Savage, who has been an ESRC post-doctoral fellow at SEI since last October, on his appointment as Lecturer in European...