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The real reasons referenda are so common – and so scary

June 20, 2016 – Harry Farmer

As the EU referendum looms closer, and the level of anxiety about the potential result mounts, many people’s exasperation has shifted from the debate itself to the very fact we are having it. Taking Brexit as its centerpiece, a recent article in the Economist bemoaned the increasing frequency of referenda in Europe, complaining that they…

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Reflections from Engage 2020 Conference – Citizen Voice in Responsible Research & Innovation

November 19, 2015 – Reema Patel

  Engage 2020 is a European Commission funded research project focused on sharing best practice in engaging the public about responsible research and innovation. The project culminated in a conference in Brussels last week, an opportunity to collaborate with and share best practice across the member states of the EU''s borders about effective engagement on…

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Involve’s ‘Room for a View’ is an exciting contribution to the debate on the shape of democracy’s future : Democratic Audit UK

November 10, 2015 – Josephine Suherman-Bailey

Temi Ogunye, Citizens Advice, blogged for Democratic Audit in response to the launch of Involve’s new report, Room for a View, by our director Simon Burall. We’ve cross posted the blog from the Democratic Audit site below.   Simon Burall’s Room for a View, is an important and timely contribution to the on-going debate on democratic reform and renewal in the UK. He…

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Involve’s ‘Room for a View’ is an exciting contribution to the debate on the shape of democracy’s future : Democratic Audit UK

November 10, 2015 – Josephine Suherman-Bailey

Ed Hammond, Head of Programmes (Local Accountability), The Centre for Public Scrutiny blogged for Democratic Audit in response to the launch of Involve’s new report, Room for a View, by our director Simon Burall. We’ve cross posted the blog from the Democratic Audit site below.   Looking at democracy as it works in local government, traditional representative models have brought us a long way…

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Involve’s ‘Room for a View’ represents an important intervention in the debate on democracy’s future direction : Democratic Audit UK

October 22, 2015 – Josephine Suherman-Bailey

Graham Smith of the Centre for the Study of Democracy at the University of Westminster blogged for Democratic Audit in response to the launch of Involve’s new report, Room for a View, by our director Simon Burall. We’ve cross posted the blog from the Democratic Audit site below.   Simon Burall’s Room for a View represents an important reflective intervention from an experienced…

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We’re recruiting for two Policy Researchers at Involve

Published: July 2, 2015

Vacancy: Policy Researcher (x 2) Pay: £22,500 - £27,500 Hours: Full time – 35 hours a week Start Date: As soon as possible Location: 33 Corsham Street, London, N1 6DR – near Old Street London Underground Station   Two exciting roles are opening up at Involve, a think-tank and a charity on a mission to…

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