The King’s Politics Society is delighted to be presenting an exciting year of events and new projects. Stay up to date by following us on Facebook and Twitter!
Last Autumn we launched an online platform for political discussion known as King’s Debates. We hope this site will complement the live debates that we host at King’s. We welcome contributions from all members of the university and beyond.
All our events are completely free and open to everyone – above all, we aspire to be an inclusive and accessible centre for discussion and debate at the university.
TAKE A LOOK AT THE EVENTS WE’VE HELD IN THE PAST HERE. Our next event is:
President Trump: What Comes Next?
Friday 20 January 2017, Keynes Room, King’s College from 5.30pm
On Friday, January 20th, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States. What will his presidency bring for the United States and the world?
After an election year marked by anger and hate, what can concerned students and scholars do to contribute positively to politics?
Join Kings Politics and the Talking Politics podcast, with speakers David Runciman, Aaron Rapport and Maha Rafi Atal for a panel discussion of Trump’s inauguration, what to expect next, and how you can get involved.
At 5.30pm we screen the inauguration speech. This will be followed by the panel discussion and Q&A from approximately 6.15pm onwards. We ask that everyone arrive at the Keynes Room by 6pm so as not to interfere with the Talking Politics panel.
There is constant debate and discussion online – tweet your comments and questions @Kings_Politics, tagging them #KingsPolitics, and like us on Facebook. Follow the debate on