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The room was brimming with excitement at the launch for the Birmingham local partnership stakeholder event on 3rd October 2019 at Birmingham Council House. There was a fantastic turn out from a variety of organisations including: Birmingham City University, the Innovation Alliance, Birmingham Public Health, […]

On December 3rd, Aston University are welcoming two politicos to Birmingham to hear about current political affairs in the U.S. In their talk, American political consultant, pollster and “public opinion guru” Frank Luntz and Democratic pollster Darius Baxter will deliver a bipartisan, balanced programme providing a postmortem of the […]

Wednesday 7 March, 6.15-8pm The Curzon Building (City Centre Campus), 4 Cardigan Street, Birmingham B4 7BD Birmingham City University FREE More information and to book: www.bcu.ac.uk/citytalks   To celebrate the launch of Europe’s first Black Studies degree, Birmingham City University will be hosting what promises […]

Frankfurt Christmas Market Schools Activity Pack for Primary Schools, updated 2017

Birmingham’s Professor Jo Andrews , who is the Birmingham City Ambassador for the Global Youth Ambassadors Leadership Summit, reports on the success of two of Birmingham’s young female students. ” During the summer vacation two Birmingham students, Elizabeth Ajayi and Aklima Khatun , travelled to […]

Birmingham’s Literature Festival was a great success this year. We are particularly proud we were able to be a part of the Europe Day organised on the 8 October and link it with the celebrations of Frankfurt and Birmingham 50 years of partnership. This event brought together two critically […]

With Prime Minister Theresa May visiting China this week for the G20 summit, the spotlight has fallen on the big potential for Chinese investment in major UK projects. Council leader Cllr John Clancy is on a week-long trade mission to China and Hong Kong, where […]

Our colleagues from Sport Birmingham have traveled to Lyon between 2-8 July for the Europod exchange trip with 19 young people from the Perry Barr and Ladywood constituencies in Birmingham, representing Continental Star FC and Bidgley Badminton Club. It’s the first time Birmingham participated in this tri-national exchange with […]

Regional economic development in question   Aston Centre for Europe Thursday 21 July 2016 Venue: Aston Business School, Aston University Conference Room 1     1.30 pm: arrival and coffee   2.00 pm: Panel 1: Brexit and Britain’s economic development: what can we expect for […]