Process and Practice

//Process and Practice

Academic Seminar launches London Declaration on Post-Legislative Scrutiny

2018-07-31T13:10:23+00:00July 31st, 2018|Parliaments, Post-Legislative Scrutiny, Process and Practice|

On 10 July 2018, the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies of the University of London and WFD co-organised an Academic Seminar bringing together 170 delegates from 40 countries to discuss Post-Legislative Scrutiny. The Seminar launched a draft London Declaration on Post-Legislative Scrutiny. This aims at galvanising action in national parliaments around the world, based on [...]

“It does what it says on the tin” – Reviewing laws to advance equality

2018-08-08T14:22:53+00:00November 30th, 2017|Post-Legislative Scrutiny, Process and Practice, Research, Women’s Political Leadership|

What do a 1994 TV advert for wood stain and the legislative process have in common? The importance of delivering on a promise. Opening a Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) expert seminar to explore a gender-specific approach to scrutiny of legislation, the Scottish Parliament’s Deputy Presiding Officer, Christine Grahame said: “There is an obligation on [...]

Engaging parliaments in Asia on reviewing legislative impact

2018-08-08T14:01:43+00:00March 30th, 2017|Asia, Burma, Indonesia, Post-Legislative Scrutiny, Process and Practice|

Franklin DeVrieze, Senior Governance Advisor One of parliaments’ key roles is to make laws which meet the needs of a country’s citizens. Beyond the primary function of adopting legislation, parliaments should be able to evaluate whether legislation does achieve its intended outcome. Earlier this year, Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) started working with partnering parliaments [...]

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