Explaining the e-petitions process to the public

Explaining the e-petitions process to the public

How can we judge success or failure in relation to e-petitions to Parliament? Dr Catherine Bochel discusses a framework for assessing e-petitions, drawn from research in the National Assembly for Wales and Scottish Parliament.

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e-Petitions and the Electoral Connection: Making Sense of How MPs Engage With Parliamentary e-Petitions

e-Petitions and the Electoral Connection: Making Sense of How MPs Engage With Parliamentary e-Petitions

Dr Felicity Matthews discusses her new Academic Fellowship researching how MPs engage with parliamentary e-petitions, and calls for abstracts on petitions for a themed panel at #PSA19  Continue reading

Changing times? The shifting gender balance of Scottish Parliament committee witnesses

Changing times? The shifting gender balance of Scottish Parliament committee witnesses

In the latest blog from our Legislatures in Uncertain Times conference, Anouk Berthier (Scottish Parliament) and Hugh Bochel (University of Lincoln) discuss their research into the diversity of witnesses to committees in the Scottish Parliament.

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