In light of recent elections across the continent, we revisit the research project on the political Tribes of Europe, plus an insight on conservative efforts to disrupt the women's rights agenda at the United Nations.

19 April 2018

Speakers

Thomas Raines, Research Fellow and Programme Manager, Europe Programme
Professor Matthew Goodwin, Visiting Senior Fellow, Europe Programme
Rebecca Sanders, Assistant Professor, Cincinnati University
Agnes Frimston, Deputy Editor, The World Today
Ben Horton, Digital Marketing Coordinator, International Affairs

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This week Agnes meets Thomas Raines and Matthew Goodwin of the Europe Programme to revisit their research on the political Tribes of Europe in light of recent elections across the continent.

Then, recording in San Francisco, Ben speaks to Rebecca Sanders from Cincinnati University about her recent article in International Affairs, which sheds light on conservative efforts to disrupt the women's rights agenda at the United Nations.

Read the Chatham House reports:
Europe's Political Tribes: Exploring the Diversity of Views Across the EU 
The Future of Europe: Comparing Public and Elite Attitudes
Which tribe are you? Take the online survey 

Read the International Affairs article:
Norm spoiling: Undermining the International Women's Rights Agenda

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