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Electoral Reform: Lessons Learned

Electoral Reform: Lessons Learned

UBC issues report on Electoral Reform

Resources: Electoral Reform in Canada

Resources: Electoral Reform in Canada

For resources on electoral reform & information on our conference “Electoral Reform in Canada” hosted by CSDI, held June 27th, 2016.

Press Release: UBC offers boot camp for aspiring politicians
Practical Wisdom Series – Spring 2017

Practical Wisdom Series – Spring 2017

See event details & participant bios.

Summer Institute for Future Legislators 2017

Summer Institute for Future Legislators 2017

July – August 2017, apply now! Thanks to generous funding from the Vancouver Foundation, scholarships are available.

Dr. Cameron: On Money & Politics in BC

Maxwell A. Cameron: A majority of people in B.C. think their government is essentially an oligarchy. This needs to change Maxwell A. Cameron, National Post | May 24, 2016 9:56 AM ET Click here to read the full article in the National Post. Is British Columbia a democracy in which citizens are governed for the good […]

Press Release: UBC bootcamp for future politicians focuses on electoral reform
Democracy after the election – Oct. 15th

Democracy after the election – Oct. 15th

Join us on Oct. 15th for this important event! From 7-9:00 p.m. at the Peter A. Allard School of Law (1822 East Mall, UBC Point Grey Campus). This event is free and open to the public.

Cooperation: What’s possible post-election?

Cooperation: What’s possible post-election?

Trust & Confidence: Post-Election Cooperation in Parliament Maxwell A. Cameron Department of Political Science, UBC October 2015 It looks possible, even likely, that no political party will win a majority on October 19, leaving two possibilities: a minority or coalition government. A cooperative government formed in the absence of a majority, may offer Canadians many […]

Participedia project awarded $2.5M grant

Participedia project awarded $2.5M grant

Participedia awarded major support to develop a new generation of research on participatory democratic innovations