Articles from Open Democracy

How to navigate trade-offs in parliamentary strengthening

Our most innovative programmes have
been the product of necessity. This has clear policy implications: donors who
want to see innovation must be more tolerant of risk.

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How to navigate trade-offs in parliamentary strengthening

Our most innovative programmes have
been the product of necessity. This has clear policy implications: donors who
want to see innovation must be more tolerant of risk.

howDoParls-banner@2x.png

A woman’s place? The British House of Commons

The House of Commons exists to represent the people, yet the
history of what constitutes ‘people’ has enshrined it as one of the UK’s most
‘pale, male and stale’ institutions.

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