COMMONS

Committee to take evidence on Voter engagement in the UK

27 February 2014

The Political and Constitutional reform Committee to take evidence from the Institute for Public Policy Research and Democratic Audit on Thursday 27 February.

Witnesses:

Thursday 27 February, at 10.00am, Wilson Room, Portcullis House

  • Glenn Gottfried, Quantative Research Fellow, Institute for Public Policy Research
  • Sarah Birch, Professor of Comparative Politics, University of Glasgow

At 10.45am:

  • Professor Patrick Dunleavy, Co-Director, Democratic Audit
  • Richard Berry, Managing Editor, Democratic Audit

Purpose of session

In the first session of this inquiry, the Committee will be taking evidence from the Institute for Public Policy Research and Democratic Audit on the causes of low voter engagement in the UK, and what can be done to improve this for future elections.

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