Articles by Alan Renwick

11 2021

How might Irish unification be decided?

Alan Renwick
Alan Renwick and Conor J. Kelly explore the vexed issue from the perspective of how best to plan for a referendum
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Alan Renwick
Professor of Democratic Politics and Deputy Director of the UCL Constitution Unit

Alan is an expert in the mechanisms through which citizens can participate in formal politics: particularly in electoral systems, referendums, and deliberative processes such as citizens' assemblies.

His research is comparative: besides the UK, his recent projects have included all European democracies as well as Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Canada, and the United States.

He was recently the chair of the Working Group on Unification Referendums on the Island of Ireland.

Follow him on Twitter @alanjrenwick

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