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Three policies for citizenship education
from ERS Scotland
Does Scotland have a Predominant Party problem?
Lessons from the 2015 Democracy Matters Citizens’ Assemblies on English Devolution.
Possibilities and Problems
How Ireland has local representatives and a proportional parliament
The first ERS Cymru mini manifesto for 2016
The lack of competative elections is driving up costs
Our activities in 2015
Deliberative decision making in Scotland
Wilson Room, Portcullis House, Palace of Westminster
We predict the number of women in the next Parliament
Jess Garland sets out how to put an end to party funding scandals
Professor John Curtice on 6-party politics in a 2-party voting system
Examining the future of the political party
Catch up with our achievements in 2014
Tackling Europe's democratic deficit
The Liberal Democrat case for local electoral reform
Lewis Baston and Will Brett set out the Labour case for local electoral reform
The Conservative case for local electoral reform
Gwneud y Cynulliad Cenedlaethol yn fwy effeithiol
Making the Welsh Assembly more effective
Read about what we've achieved in 2013
Democracy Max - A Vision for a good Scottish democracy is the result of a 13 month long citizen-led inquiry
How much is your vote worth? By Chris Terry
Looking beyond the 2013 Local Elections. Report by Chris Terry.
Our strategy 2013-15
By Jess Garland
Women in Public Life, by Stephen Brooks and Dr Owain ap Gareth
Report from the first roundtables of the Democracy Max programme
Report and Analysis, by Professor John Curtice.
The PCC election, Nov 2012, by Jess Garland & Chris Terry.
Electoral Reform Society Annual Report - 2011-12
Report of the first phase of the Democracy Max programme
Why the status quo isn't an option. Produced in conjunction with the New Statesman.
Electoral Reform Society Articles of Assocation & Byelaws
Report and Analysis. By Magnus Smidak and Andy White
Report and Analysis by Prof Yvonne Galligan
Report on women's representation in the Scottish and Welsh parliaments after the 2011 election
A report for Parties and Councillors. By Dr Martin Steven
Ysgrifenwyd gan Roger Scully a Dr Owain ap Gareth
Roger Scully and Dr Owain ap Gareth
Report and Analysis by Prof John Curtice & Dr Martin Steven
The Single Transferable Vote explained.
Report and Analysis of the 2010 General Election, by Lewis Baston
The case for reform
The Alternative Vote explained.
2010 Election Wallchart
Report and Analysis, by Hywel Nelson
Fact Book. Clear explanations of all UK elections.
An analysis of political disengagment and what can be done about it.
A short history of STV in the United States.
Report and Analysis, by Dr Martin Steven.
Assessing the impact of the first use of STV in Scottish council elections. Report and Analysis by Lewis Baston
Key findings from the Ministry of Justice ‘Review of Voting Systems’ Foreword by Richard Burden MP, Chair of the All Party Group on Electoral Reform.
The facts and the fiction on Proportional Representation. Preface by Vernon Bogdanor.
Society report on electing the House of Lords. Foreword by The Rt Hon Lord Richard of Ammanford QC
Report and Analysis by Gertrud Malmersjo
The final ERS verdict on the 2005 General Election
The Report of the Independent Commission on Alternative Voting Methods.
An in-depth look at the European Union's different democratic systems.
How the electoral system is biased against the Tories and why boundaries aren't the answer.
The report of the Commission of Candidate Selection, by Peter Riddell
A guide for agents and parties in Scotland.
Extremism and the case for reform
The Society's analysis on the state of democracy in Westminster, local and devolved government.
The Alternative Vote: Questions Answered
This pamphlet brings together 16 reasons to lower the voting age to 16 in all UK public elections and explains why reform is necessary, fair and long overdue.
Report and Analysis by Lewis Baston
The facts and figures behind the 2010 General Election.
Full analysis of the local government elections of 4 May 2006.