Adjusting Ontario’s election law to ensure fairness and equality without infringing upon freedom of expression
Looking back to see how support for major political parties has been concentrated in urban or rural areas
PhD student develops method to measure norms on gender equality
Expert insights: Why many Canadians don’t seem to care about the lasting effects of residential schools
The importance of understanding the harms and violence that continue to impact Indigenous people across Canada
A team led by postdoctoral researcher Jordan Mansell has received a Grand Challenges for Human Flourishing award to study how emotions influence prejudice.
If countries want to solve the problem of vaccine equity they should stop seeing COVAX as the solution.
Political science major Eunice Oladejo advocates for clean water, climate action and zero poverty
The alumnus and former Western fundraiser brings deep experience in the postsecondary and healthcare sectors.
Alumnus Liam Brown finds meaning working for the United Nations World Food Programme.
The ideal political conversation is a lot like a visit to the local coffee shop, says professor Nigmendra Narain.
With his family in India and friends scattered around the globe, Moiz Rajwani will always treasure the support he received from his Western family in his home away from home.
New numbers released by the Western-led Consortium on Electoral Democracy (C-Dem) offer everyone from researchers to policy wonks to the general public the deepest insights yet into Canadian thinking during the last federal election.
Bakugan toys and HedBanz games have become unlikely tools in the fight to contain COVID-19 thanks to global toys and games giant Spin Master.
The upcoming Canadian federal budget is a critical opportunity to begin implementing Canada’s Arctic and Northern Policy Framework.
Diplomats and scientists representing 20 countries gathered at Western earlier this week to confront the challenges of climate change.
She admits it feels weird to consider the well-worn term – “game-changer.” But what Political Science professor Joanna Quinn and her colleagues have assembled in their latest book may be exactly that when it comes to how the world approaches transitional justice.
Eleven Western alumnae have been named recipients of the 2019 Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award, the Women’s Executive Network recently announced.
Turn the page on how you think the United States of America developed as a nation and an idea by wrestling with a recent past when Political Science Chair Matthew Lebo takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.
A lot happens behind the scenes when a country implements mandatory voting – including inevitably higher turnout. But what if those numbers don’t mean what we think they do?
It was a win for all the major parties – in large or small ways – and for Canadian democracy itself. That’s how Political Science professor Cristine de Clercy frames the results of Monday’s federal election, as the Liberals attained a minority-government mandate.