What is the series?
Our seminars cover all areas of the constitution and open debate on a range of issues. We try to keep the programme topical and interesting and generate well informed and lively discussion between the speaker(s) and our audience. We have broad discussions with high profile speakers as well as exploring more technical issues. We aim to film all our seminars for debate beyond the room, although Q&A sessions follow Chatham House rules to allow for open and frank discussion.
Who are the seminars for?
The seminars are completely free and open to all. Our audience is wide-ranging, from officials, academics and practitioners to students and interested members of the public. We aim to give you the opportunity to debate with those in the know.
When and where do the seminars take place?
The seminars are generally held at the Constitution Unit and can either be a lunchtime or evening event. Presentations are usually 30-40 minutes with another 20 for Q&A.