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Unlock Democracy is a British pressure group, based in London. The organisation campaigns for a more participatory democracy in Britain, founded upon a written constitution. Unlock Democracy works to promote democratic reform across the political spectrum and is not aligned with any political party. The organisation's activities include producing a range of publications, lobbying politicians and political parties and working on projects to promote greater public involvement in politics, at both local and national levels.

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  • Unlock Democracy is a British pressure group, based in London. The organisation campaigns for a more participatory democracy in Britain, founded upon a written constitution. Unlock Democracy works to promote democratic reform across the political spectrum and is not aligned with any political party. The organisation's activities include producing a range of publications, lobbying politicians and political parties and working on projects to promote greater public involvement in politics, at both local and national levels.
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  • Unlock Democracy is a British pressure group, based in London. The organisation campaigns for a more participatory democracy in Britain, founded upon a written constitution. Unlock Democracy works to promote democratic reform across the political spectrum and is not aligned with any political party. The organisation's activities include producing a range of publications, lobbying politicians and political parties and working on projects to promote greater public involvement in politics, at both local and national levels. Unlock Democracy is governed by an annually elected membership council and from that a management board. It is funded from three main sources: grant income for specific projects from various foundations and trusts, subscriptions and donations from its members and supporters, and income from its subsidiary company Rodell Properties Ltd. The founding Director was . He was Director of Unlock Democracy’s predecessor organisation the New Politics Network in 2001 and latter also becoming Director of Charter 88. He was responsible for the merger of the two organisations in 2007. He was succeeded as Director in 2013 by long-time deputy Director Alexandra Runswick.
  • Unlock Democracy is a British pressure group, based in London. The organisation campaigns for a more participatory democracy in Britain, founded upon a written constitution. Unlock Democracy works to promote democratic reform across the political spectrum and is not aligned with any political party. The organisation's activities include producing a range of publications, lobbying politicians and political parties and working on projects to promote greater public involvement in politics, at both local and national levels. Unlock Democracy is led by a governing council, elected by all members biannually. The Council in turn elects its own chair and a management board which oversees the day to day running of the organisation. It is funded from three main sources: grant income for specific projects from various foundations and trusts, subscriptions and donations from its members and supporters, and income from its subsidiary company Rodell Properties Ltd. The founding Director was Peter Facey. Who was Director of Unlock Democracy’s predecessor organisation the New Politics Network in 2001 and latter also becoming Director of Charter 88. He was responsible for the merger of the two organisations in 2007. He was succeeded as Director in 2013 by long-time deputy Director Alexandra Runswick, who in turn stepped down in early 2020.
  • Unlock Democracy is a British pressure group, based in London. The organisation campaigns for a more participatory democracy in Britain, founded upon a written constitution. Unlock Democracy works to promote democratic reform across the political spectrum and is not aligned with any political party. The organisation's activities include producing a range of publications, lobbying politicians and political parties and working on projects to promote greater public involvement in politics, at both local and national levels. Unlock Democracy is led by a governing council, elected by all members biannually. The Council in turn elects its own chair and a management board which oversees the day to day running of the organisation. It is funded from three main sources: grant income for specific projects from various foundations and trusts, subscriptions and donations from its members and supporters, and income from its subsidiary company Rodell Properties Ltd. The founding Director was Peter Facey. Who was Director of Unlock Democracy’s predecessor organisation the New Politics Network in 2001 and latter also becoming Director of Charter 88. He was responsible for the merger of the two organisations in 2007. He was succeeded as Director in 2013 by long-time deputy Director Alexandra Runswick, who in turn stepped down in early 2020. The Current Director is ex LibDem MP Tom Brake.
  • Unlock Democracy is a British pressure group, based in London. The organisation campaigns for a more participatory democracy in Britain, founded upon a written constitution. Unlock Democracy works to promote democratic reform across the political spectrum and is not aligned with any political party. The organisation's activities include producing a range of publications, lobbying politicians and political parties and working on projects to promote greater public involvement in politics, at both local and national levels. Unlock Democracy is led by a governing council, elected by all members biannually. The Council in turn elects its own chair and a management board which oversees the day to day running of the organisation. It is funded from three main sources: grant income for specific projects from various foundations and trusts, subscriptions and donations from its members and supporters, and income from its subsidiary company Rodell Properties Ltd. The founding Director was Peter Facey. Who was Director of Unlock Democracy’s predecessor organisation the New Politics Network in 2001 and latter also becoming Director of Charter 88. He was responsible for the merger of the two organisations in 2007. He was succeeded as Director in 2013 by long-time deputy Director Alexandra Runswick, who in turn stepped down in early 2020. The Current Director is ex Liberal Democrats MP Tom Brake.
  • Unlock Democracy is a British pressure group, based in London. The organisation campaigns for a more participatory democracy in Britain, founded upon a written constitution. Unlock Democracy works to promote democratic reform across the political spectrum and is not aligned with any political party. The organisation's activities include producing a range of publications, lobbying politicians and political parties and working on projects to promote greater public involvement in politics, at both local and national levels. Unlock Democracy is led by a governing council, elected by all members biannually. The Council in turn elects its own chair and a management board which oversees the day to day running of the organisation. It is funded from three main sources: grant income for specific projects from various foundations and trusts, subscriptions and donations from its members and supporters, and income from its subsidiary company Rodell Properties Ltd. The founding Director was Peter Facey. Who was Director of Unlock Democracy’s predecessor organisation the New Politics Network in 2001 and latter also becoming Director of Charter 88. He was responsible for the merger of the two organisations in 2007. He was succeeded as Director in 2013 by long-time deputy Director Alexandra Runswick who led until early 2020. Ex Liberal Democrats UK MP Tom Brake was appointed the new Director in October 2020.
  • Unlock Democracy is a British pressure group, based in London. The organisation campaigns for a more participatory democracy in Britain, founded upon a written constitution. Unlock Democracy works to promote democratic reform across the political spectrum and is not aligned with any political party. The organisation's activities include producing a range of publications, lobbying politicians and political parties and working on projects to promote greater public involvement in politics, at both local and national levels. Unlock Democracy is led by a governing council, elected by all members biannually. The Council in turn elects its own chair and a management board which oversees the day to day running of the organisation. It is funded from three main sources: grant income for specific projects from various foundations and trusts, subscriptions and donations from its members and supporters, and income from its subsidiary company Rodell Properties Ltd. The founding Director was Peter Facey. Who was Director of Unlock Democracy’s predecessor organisation the New Politics Network in 2001 and later becoming Director of Charter 88. He was responsible for the merger of the two organisations in 2007. He was succeeded as Director in 2013 by long-time deputy Director Alexandra Runswick, who led the organisation until early 2020. In October 2020, Former Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake was appointed as the new Director of Unlock Democracy.
  • Unlock Democracy is a British pressure group, based in London. The organisation campaigns for a more participatory democracy in Britain, founded upon a written constitution. Unlock Democracy works to promote democratic reform across the political spectrum and is not aligned with any political party. The organisation's activities include producing a range of publications, lobbying politicians and political parties and working on projects to promote greater public involvement in politics, at both local and national levels. Unlock Democracy is led by a governing council, elected by all members biannually. The Council in turn elects its own chair and a management board which oversees the day to day running of the organisation. It is funded from three main sources: grant income for specific projects from various foundations and trusts, subscriptions and donations from its members and supporters, and income from its subsidiary company Rodell Properties Ltd. The founding Director was Peter Facey. Who was Director of Unlock Democracy’s predecessor organisation the New Politics Network in 2001 and later becoming Director of Charter 88. He was responsible for the merger of the two organisations in 2007. Being succeeded as Director in 2013 by long-time deputy Director Alexandra Runswick, who led the organisation until early 2020. In October 2020, Former Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake was appointed as the new Director of Unlock Democracy.
  • Unlock Democracy is a British pressure group, based in London. The organisation campaigns for a more participatory democracy in Britain, founded upon a written constitution. Unlock Democracy works to promote democratic reform across the political spectrum and is not aligned with any political party. The organisation's activities include producing a range of publications, lobbying politicians and political parties and working on projects to promote greater public involvement in politics, at both local and national levels. Unlock Democracy is led by a governing council, elected by all members biannually. The Council in turn elects its own chair and a management board which oversees the day to day running of the organisation. It is funded from three main sources: grant income for specific projects from various foundations and trusts, subscriptions and donations from its members and supporters, and income from its subsidiary company Rodell Properties Ltd. The founding Director was Peter Facey, who was Director of Unlock Democracy’s predecessor organisation the New Politics Network in 2001 and later becoming Director of Charter 88. He was responsible for the merger of the two organisations in 2007. Being succeeded as Director in 2013 by long-time deputy Director Alexandra Runswick, who led the organisation until early 2020. In October 2020, Former Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake was appointed as the new Director of Unlock Democracy.
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