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17th April 2012
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17 Apr 2012
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mcdougall trust
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workshop
london
boundaries

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Event:

The New Electoral Boundaries (England and Wales): Latest Position

Venue:
City Temple Conference Centre, Holborn EC1 2DE
Starts:
01:00pm
Ends:
02:30pm

Speakers include Professor Ron Johnston University of Bristol UK, Professor Charles Pattie University of Sheffield UK and David Rossiter.

Find out more at www.mcdougall.org.uk/workshops

27th March 2012
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27 Mar 2012
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workshop
mcdougall trust
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london
women's representation
positive measures

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Event:

Electoral Systems and Gender Balance

Venue:
City Temple Conference Centre, Holborn EC1 2DE
Starts:
01:00pm
Ends:
02:30pm

Speakers include Dr Rosie Campbell London Birkbeck UK and Professor Sarah Childs University of Bristol UK.

Zipping, twinning or all women shortlists? A talk on electoral systems and the representation of women in politics.

Find out more at www.mcdougall.org.uk/workshops

15th November 2011
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15 Nov 2011
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scotland
scottish parliament
report
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stv

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Event:

The 2011 Scottish Parliament Election- In Depth

Venue:
Committee Room 5 of the Scottish Parliament
Starts:
06:00pm
Ends:
09:00am

A briefing and discussion of the Electoral Reform Society Scotland's new report ‘The 2011 Scottish Parliament Election- In Depth’, hosted by Neil Bibby MSP.

The report has been researched and written by Professor John Curtice (Strathclyde University) and Dr Martin Steven (Glasgow University ) on behalf of the Society

Professor Curtice will make a presentation on his findings, Chaired by Katie Ghose CEO of the ERS, followed by questions and discussion.

29th November 2011
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29 Nov 2011
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coalitions
research
comparative politics
lse
london
europe
mcdougall

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Event:

Democracy Workshop: How coalitions work - Lessons for the UK?

Venue:
Lakeman Library, 6 Chancel Street, London SE1 OUX
Starts:
01:00pm
Ends:
02:30pm

Speaker: Professor Simon Hix of the London School of Economics

Hear and discuss how coalitions work in the Europe from Professor Simon Hix. We’ll see what lessons can be learned for the UK - with its own limited experience of coalition - from the EU and federal member states such as Germany.

Please register your interest by noon on Monday, 28 November 2011 to admin@mcdougall.org.uk