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‘Votes for Life’: Should Britons living abroad keep their voting rights in the UK?

29 November 2018

British citizens who move abroad currently lose their voting rights after 15 years. Controversially, this prevented many from voting in the EU...


Brexit, sexual orientation and gender identity: what about the people?

26 November 2018

Slowly, but surely, awareness is increasing about the possible impact of Brexit on individuals who identify, or are identified as, members of...


Polish Embassy promotes Sussex scholar’s book on dealing with the communist past

7 November 2018

Professor Szczerbiak's book explains how dealing with its communist past has become one of the main causes of political divisions in Poland.


What will Brexit mean for gender equality?

12 July 2018

Will Brexit affect women more than men? And what about people within the LGBTQ+ community? A team from Sussex Law School held a seminar,...


LPS doctoral researchers discuss professional development

6 July 2018

Twenty five PhD students took part in the sixth School of Law, Politics and Sociology (LPS) annual away day for postgraduate doctoral researchers,...


Sussex European Institute's first cohort of students reunite after 25 years

13 June 2018

The Sussex European Institute (SEI) was delighted to welcome back the very first cohort of students, who graduated back in 1993, for a reunion on the...


Professor Mark Walters launches Life Cycle of a Hate Crime report at European Parliament

1 May 2018

A Sussex Law School academic has launched a new report, which analyses the findings of in-depth research tracing the life cycle of a hate crime in...


The European Heritage

19 January 2018

Much of my current research concerns issues around the European heritage. I am currently completing  a book, The European Heritage: a critical...


How do we know if the political and economic elites are in collusion?

19 January 2018

Eastern European countries have gone through a momentous period of transformation over the course of the past two and a half decades. Political and...


Seeking asylum in Europe: Delving into sexual orientation and gender identity asylum claims

19 January 2018

The European asylum policy has been a battle ground on many accounts for many years. The European Union (EU), in particular, introduced a Common...


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