Charging Forward. A review of public attitudes towards road pricing in the UK. Jenny Bird and Anthony Vigor. 14 April 2006. This paper investigates what is known about public attitudes towards road pricing within the broader context of attitudes towards transport and motoring and the problems associated with these activities.
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Political Reform in GCC countries. The FPC's Civility programme successfully hosted a seminar at Portcullis House this April. The seminar examined recent political developments in the GCC countries as well as internal and external factors that have prompted a vibrant debate on reform within the region.
By Foreign Policy Centre, UK.
Strengthening Global Civil Society. Leni Wild. 03 April 2006. Global civil society is a deeply contested concept. What precisely it means, whether it is a good or a bad thing, whether it is a truly global phenomenon or essentially a western concept, and how global civil society organisations might be made more accountable for their impacts.
Size Isn't Everything: Restructuring Policing in England and Wales. Barry Loveday, Reader in Criminal Justice Administration at Portsmouth University, argues against the government's plans to amalgamate the 43 police forces of England and Wales into 17 larger ones.
By Policy Exchange, UK.