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Promoting Participation: Law or Politics

Edited by: David Campbell

ISBN13: 9781859414835
ISBN: 1859414834
Published: June 1999
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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The authors argue for constitutional reform which would facilitate British citizens effective participation in the making of the decisions that set the basic pattern of their collective life. That the British Constitution presently fails to do this is argued at a compelling level of philosophic sophistication by specialists in Economics,Law, Politics and Public Administration who re-examine.

Introduction - the constitutional implications of participation
participation and autonomy
participation in civil society; the merging of private and public law - an enlightenment project; a constitutional culture for more participation - what would it look like?; the citizen and participation; the challenge for the legal order; the separation of powers in the changing environment
participation and local government; the politics of regionalization
participation and central government; European Union law
participation and the European Union; the repatriation of the European Convention of Human Rights; community politics; voluntary action and the future of civil society
participation and volunteering; the case for social and economic rights
participation and the consumer
participation and company law; shareholders versus stakeholders - the bogus argument
participation and the regulatory order
participation in environmental protection; trade unions and participation.