10 March 2006
Devolution: The Impact on Politics, the Economy and Public Services
Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London
Keynote Speaker: Lord Falconer, Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs
Focus of discussions:
*Has devolution renewed British Democracy?
*What impact has devolution had on the Union?
*Is devolution good for the economy?
*Does devolution produce better public services?
*Roundtable: Is devolution working?
Secure online booking
21 March 2006
Final Northern Ireland Seminar of the ESRC Devolution and Constitutional Change Programme
Hosted by the Social and Policy Research Institute, University of Ulster
Boardroom 8K14B, Jordanstown
28 March 2006
Social Justice and Public Policy Seminar on "Social Justice and Devolution"
Medical School Building
University of Glasgow
10.00 am - 4.15 pm
**Places are limited** please complete the form below and e-mail it to K.Thompson@socsci.gla.ac.uk by Monday 20 February 2006. Places are limited to 40; in the event of oversubscription preference will be
given to those who have previously attended seminars in this series.
Further information about the series can be found at http://www.scrsj.ac.uk/ESRCseminars/index.html
Past Events 2006
11-13 January 2006
The PSA’s Specialist Group on British and Comparative Territorial Politics held a conference on ‘Territorial Politics in Perspective’ on 11-13 January 2006 in Belfast. Papers were welcome on any aspect of territorial politics, including the politics of devolution, territorial constitutions, inter-governmental relations and multi-level governance, centre-periphery relations, regionalism, nationalism and identity politics, ethno-territorial conflict and conflict resolution, elections and parties, institutional and policy developments, and political ideas.