Uncovering the inherent secrecy of global rule-making bodies
Using ethical principles to guide climate change policy
Accountability, legitimacy and effectiveness for international organisations
The myth behind the de Gaulle and what it reveals much about the modern French psyche
How do our views about conflcit change if we take human rights as the basis for moral thinking about war?
Archival research on the Aberfan disaster has a tangible impact on public policy, societal attitudes and the Welsh community
Jean-Jacques Rousseau's ideas are still relevant today, as Dr Karma Nabulsi's practical work in Palestine shows
How can people and communities influence policymaking?
Should regional funding distribution calculations be based on per capita data or in a needs-sensitive way?
The regulation of standards in public life touches on basic questions of democracy - to whom, how and for what are officials accountable?
How have governments and international organisations responded to the changing nature of conflict?
Voting systems, public choice and electoral boundaries
Jennifer Welsh - Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on the Responibility to Protect