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3rd September 2016
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3 Sep 2016
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Strategy for electoral reform (Green Conference Fringe)

Venue:
Edgbaston campus - University of Birmingham
Starts:
06:30pm
Ends:
07:45pm

Join us for a drinks reception and discussion on strategy for electoral reform with ERS Scotland director Willie Sullivan, Young Greens Co-Chair Hannah Ellen Clare and Jonathan Bartley - Green Party Leadership candidate and former Electoral Reform Society Vice Chair.

Look out for the venue for this event in the Green Party Conference Guide.

Includes wine and canapes.

10th October 2015
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10 Oct 2015
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Who's Lobbying Who? (Scottish Green Conference Fringe)

Venue:
SECC, G3 8YW Glasgow, United Kingdom
Starts:
01:00pm
Ends:
01:45pm

Why does Scotland need a lobbying register? What should be included? How can it improve Scottish democracy and participation?

Join Will Dinan from Spinwatch and Petrina MacNaughton from Alcohol Focus Scotland to hear about why lobbying transparency is a cornerstone of a good democracy and what sort of information should be accessible in order to know who is lobbying whom about what. Plus reflections from John Finnie MSP.

Chaired by Willie Sullivan (ERS Scotland)
A sandwich buffet will be provided

26th September 2015
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26 Sep 2015
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A Million Votes, One MP: what next? (Green Conference Fringe)

Venue:
Bourne Lounge, Bournemouth International Centre
Starts:
01:00pm
Ends:
02:15pm

Join us for a panel discussion on the General Election and how we can win a fairer voting system.

Includes wine and nibbles.

Confirmed speakers so far:

Darren Hughes, Deputy Chief Executive of the ERS
Amelia Womack, Deputy Leader of the Green Party
Adam Ramsay, Co-Editor of OurKingdom (OpenDemocracy)
Rob Telford, Chair of the Association of Green Councillors and ERS Council member

10th September 2011
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10 Sep 2011
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Can the Greens Sustain Success without Electoral Change?

Venue:
Room 10:29, Green Party Conference, Sheffield (Hallam University)
Starts:
02:00pm
Ends:
03:30pm

Electoral Reform Society fringe event at the Green Party Conference.

Britain’s unfair First Post the Post system has proven to be no obstacle to the election of Britain’s first Green MP and Green-led council. So why is it so important to keep electoral reform on the political agenda?

The event, 'Can the Greens Sustain Success without Electoral Change?' includes speakers Katie Ghose and Jean Lambert and chaired by Caroline Lucas.