Date : 17/06/2019 | Time : 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm | Location : The North Library, The Athenaeum Club
In 2009 Robert Hazell was awarded the Political Studies Association’s Communication Award for “consistently working to develop the constitutional reform agenda, to communicate these ideas to government and more generally to inject academic rigour and principle into public debate.” Since 1995 the Constitution Unit has produced over 150 reports on every aspect of constitutional reform in the UK, including devolution to Scotland, Wales, and the English regions, freedom of information, parliamentary reform, Lords reform, electoral reform, the Crown and the Royal Prerogative, constitutional watchdogs, British Bill of Rights, the new supreme court.
There will be a reception at 6.30pm – wine, soft drinks and light snacks will be on offer – and the talk will commence at 7.00pm. The dress code at the venue is jackets and ties for men and ‘elegant’ for women.
HFA Member: £20
Guest of HFA Member: £15
Guest of non-member: £20
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