Marc Glendening

Constitutional and Legal Affairs Research Fellow

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Marc Glendening joined Policy Exchange in May 2014 as a legal and constitutional affairs research fellow. He has been campaign director of the all-party Democracy Movement and in 2010 was a co-founder 2010 of the People’s Pledge, an all-party campaign for a referendum on membership of the European Union. In 2008 he established the website ICC-watch which monitors the work of the International Criminal Court and the following year was a participant in the RUSI conference on that orgnaisation. In 2002 he helped set up the Sohemian Society which is devoted to the history of Soho. His particular interest is in the way western political systems are undergoing a process of ‘post-modernisation’ whereby law-making powers are being transferred from elected parliamentarians to the judiciary, transnational authorities and Quangos.Research AreasCrime & JusticeDemography, Immigration and IntegrationDiverse CommunitiesEconomics & Social PolicyEducation & ArtsEnvironment & EnergyFinancial PolicyGovernment & PoliticsHealthHousing & PlanningNational SecuritySecurityTechnology PolicyProjectsCapital City FoundationJudicial Power ProjectObesity and Physical ActivityPolitical InstitutionsUpcoming Events09 September 2016What does Brexit mean for East Asia?09 September 2016Deregulation and marketisation in English Higher Education – lessons from Australia15 September 2016What does the new Government mean for Higher and Further Education?MORE EVENTSPX on Twitter

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