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David Beetham and Stuart Weir, former partners in Democratic Audit at the University of Essex, have drafted the following statement on our behalf, to provoke debate.
Unlock Democracy has conducted two survey projects to analyse campaign activities during the Scottish Referendum with the aim of getting an insight into how the campaign was conducted by the two sides and received by voters. The following is an analysis of the survey responses. The online surveys were carried out among Unlock Democracy supporters via social media platforms and through the organisation’s website. While the responses cannot be said to accurately reflect the referendum electorate (among respondents more than two thirds voted for independence), they do provide voter feedback on how the two sides approached campaigning and how those campaigns were received.
Unlock Democracy's submission to the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee's inquiry on the future of devolution after the referendum
Unlock Democracy's consolidated report and financial statements, for the financial year ending March 2014.
Our annual report for September 2013 to September 2014.
Donating by direct debit is one of the best ways you can support Unlock Democracy.
"A child born today will be drawing her pension before she has an equal voice in the government of her country. We can do better than that." Counting Women In's second edition of their Sex and Power Report.
Are you interested in starting a national debate about our democracy, rights and freedoms? Unlock Democracy is looking for an experienced project manager to run its Magna Carta project until October 2015. You will be training activists, organising regional and national events and working within a coalition to talk about what is in the Magna Carta and our democracy today.
Present Robin Anderson, Debby Chay, Vicky Seddon (chair), Stuart Weir, John Jackson Apologies Stuart Hill In attendance Peter Facey, Alex Runswick