Overview of Political Participation
Research Network (PPRN)
There is a great deal of work on political participation which
has been done and which is ongoing. The objective of this web niche
is to draw together a network of researchers and practitioners working
in the area of political participation.
Through its interactive capabilities this niche will allow participants
to inform one another of upcoming events and recent publications
in the field. In addition, it can act as the meeting space for participants
to plan activities for the future, launch comparative projects,
and to transfer knowledge from one field to another.
Finally, the PPRN web niche will also provide a great deal of information
to non-participants in an important area of study which has been
largely absent from public debate on building an inclusive and cohesive
Any suggestions on how to improve the site will be most welcome.
is pleased to announce the release of its latest report
to Parliament: Voting Counts:
Electoral Reform for Canada. / La CDC est heureuse
d'annoncer la publication de son plus récent
rapport au Parlement
: Un vote qui compte : la réforme électorale
Canadians provides you with a "single-window" access
to a listing of consultations from selected government
departments and agencies.
Together Seminar Ottawa, March 22 to 24, 2002
- This seminar included a series of
discussions on key questions, available or desired
data sets, and indicators of inclusion or exclusion
in the study of the political participation of women,
newcomers and minorities.