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A Political Theory of Territory wins 2017 CPA Book Prize

Jun 02, 2017

Margaret Moore's A Political Theory of Territory has been awarded the Canadian Philosophical Association's Biennial Book Prize. The Prize is awarded to manuscripts which makes a significant contribution to philosophical research. Three prizes are awarded every two ye...

A Political Theory of Territory, runner up for Best Book in International Ethics

Apr 27, 2016

Margaret Moore’s latest book, A Political Theory of Territory, received a Notable Mention (runner-up status, with citation) for best book in International Ethics at the International Studies Association Convention, March, 2016. The book has also been short-li...

BDU textbook wins national competition

Queens News Centre - Mar 04, 2011

A secondary school textbook supported by the Centre's project 'Building Democracy in Ukraine' has won a national competition for a textbook for the final year of high school in Ukraine. The competition was held by the Ministry of Education to choose a new text for a socia...

Closing the Implementation Gap

Feb 22, 2011

A new publication of the Centre looks at the results of a survey of samples of federal and Ontario public servants and discusses their implications for public service reform. The paper, called “Closing the Implementation Gap” is part of a series the Centre is producing on curr...

CSDD in the News: April 1 - April 7, 2019

Apr 22, 2019

Monday, April 1 The Conversation: Remembering minorities amid eastern Europe’s nation-state centenary celebrations Liebich discusses in her op-ed the mixed emotions that come with the 100th anniversary celebrations of the creation or re-creation of Central and Easte...

CSDD in the News: April 15 - April 21, 2019

Apr 23, 2019

Tuesday, April 16 The Conversation:  Ontario’s cuts to legal aid for refugees: racist, xenophobic and possibly unconstitutional Professor Aiken says refugees are the ones that will suffer most after a 30 per cent cut to legal aid.  Wednesday, April 17 Ott...

CSDD in the News: April 22 - April 28, 2019

Apr 23, 2019

Monday, April 22 Hill Times: Federal government ad spending rises after PM’s department bumps up limit 45 per cent in election year Dr. Rose says comparing recent ad spending totals to those of years past doesn’t provide a full picture of the impact of advertising c...

CSDD in the News: April 30 - May 6, 2018

May 10, 2018

Guardian UK: Canada's Trump moment? Doug Ford rises in conservative party Kathy Brock says that connecting Doug Ford to Donald Trump is a false comparison.       ...

CSDD in the News: April 9 - 15, 2018

Apr 11, 2018

Tuesday, April 10 CTV National Network News: Brexit threatens future of Good Friday agreement Professor John McGarry discusses renewed political divisions in Ireland twenty years after the Good Friday Agreement was signed Saturday, April 13 ...

CSDD in the News: August 12 - August 18, 2019

Aug 13, 2019

Monday, August 12 National Observer: Limits on Canadian money in U.S. politics means Trump donor backlash unlikely Dr. Rose talks about political considerations behind consumer choices and potential boycotts.     ...

CSDD in the News: August 5 - August 11, 2019

Aug 12, 2019

Tuesday, August 6 CBC Online: Mysterious political robotexts may just be the start in a new era of 3rd-party ads Dr. Rose says from a cost perspective, it's much cheaper than traditional media, and the dissemination has more legitimacy because it's shared among frie...

CSDD in the News: December 10 - December 16, 2018

Dec 12, 2018

Tuesday, December 11 Cable Street: Debunking misinformation about the UN migration compact Professor Aiken discusses the misconceptions and sets the record straight.      ...