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• Expert contributors including Joyce Macmillan, Michael Brunson, Karen Evans, John Maxton, Matthew Taylor, Neal Acherson, Yasmin-Alibhai Brown and Anthony Everitt.
• Asks how a radically more participative citizenship culture could be achieved - one where people think of themselves as citizens and act like citizens.
• Concerned with long-term proposals rather than short-term issues.
• Looking towards the middle years of the new century it offers a practical vision of a more democratic and genuinely inclusive society.
|Notes on Contributors|
|Options for the Referendum on the Voting System||10|
|Party Democracy and Civic Renewal||18|
|Reforming the House of Commons||27|
|Will Scottish Devolution Make a Difference?||36|
|How European Can We/Will We Be?||57|
|Culture and Citizenship||64|
|Citizenship and Schools||81|
|The Need for Lifelong Learning||90|
|Relationships Between Work and Life||100|
|The Voluntary Sector||115|
|The Community Roots of Citizenship||123|
|Accountability and Responsibility of Government and Public Bodies||132|
|Citizenship in Britain: Attitudes and Behaviour||141|
|The Divine Comedy of Contemporary Citizenship||149|