• Sarah Allan

    Sarah Allan

    Sarah Allan is Design and Facilitation Lead for the Citizens Assembly on Brexit and Engagement Lead at Involve, the Citizens’ Assembly’s Delivery Partner. She leads the design of the Assembly’s programme and the team of Assembly facilitators.

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  • Brad Albrow

    Brad Albrow

    Brad is a Research Volunteer at the Constitution Unit, he has previously worked in the House of Lords, Cabinet Office and Institute for Public Policy Research. His expertise lie in European asylum legislation and the constitutional complexities of EU human rights law. Brad is assisting with the briefing papers and other outputs of the Citizens’ […]

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  • Darren Hughes

    Darren is the Electoral Reform Society’s Interim Chief Executive. Originally from New Zealand, he was elected to the House of Representatives at age 24 and served across three parliaments.  During that time he was a government minister; an opposition shadow minister; a party whip; and in addition to portfolio responsibilities such as transport; infrastructure; social development […]

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  • Jessica Bryant

    Jessica Bryant

    Jessica is a Research Volunteer at the Constitution Unit, UCL.  Her expertise lies in political theory, and she is assisting in the development of academic research relating to the Citizens’ Assembly

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  • Edd Rowe

    Edd Rowe

    Edd Rowe is the Project Administrator for the Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit, and is joining the project having previously worked in Local Government.

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  • Dr Rebecca McKee

    Dr Rebecca McKee is the Research Associate for the Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit. Her previous research focused on the representation of ethnic minorities in Parliament, looking at the actions and attitudes of MPs on race and ethnic minority issues in House of Commons debates.

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  • Meg Russell

    Professor Meg Russell

    Professor Meg Russell is a co-investigator on the Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit project and Director of the Constitution Unit at University College London.  Her research mainly focuses on parliament, and her latest book, Legislation at Westminster: Parliamentary Actors and Influence in the Making of UK Law, co-authored with Daniel Gover, is published by Oxford University […]

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  • Dr Brenton Prosser

    Dr Brenton Prosser

    Brenton Prosser is a member of the Sir Bernard Crick Centre at the University of Sheffield. He is an expert on minority government, federal government and public policy in Australia. His experience outside of academia includes a time as Chief of Staff to a ‘balance of power’ Senator during the global financial crisis, and as Director […]

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  • Edward Molloy

    Dr Edward Molloy

    Dr Edward Molloy is the Democratic Innovations Officer at the Electoral Reform Society and is coordinating the ERS’s role as the Citizens’ Assembly’s Impact and Public Engagement Partner.

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  • Katie Ghose

    Katie Ghose

    Katie Ghose is currently Chief Executive of the Electoral Reform Society, where she has been a prominent commentator on a number of initiatives including reform of the House of Lords, voting systems and a UK-wide constitutional convention. A barrister by training, she was previously the Director of the British Institute of Human Rights and prior […]

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