The Centre for Law, Democracy and Society promotes interdisciplinary research on processes of law and democracy within their historical and cultural contexts. In view of ongoing public doubts about the value, integrity, and durability of constitutional democracies, the centre engages legal scholars in dialogue with academic specialists in political science, history, and the humanities, as well as representatives from civil society. We aim to examine trends and tensions worldwide with an eye towards constructive solutions.
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