Welcome to ParliLinc - The Lincoln Parliamentary Research Centre

The University of Lincoln has a record of undertaking research into policy, parliaments and other key political institutions. It also seeks to build upon this to ensure that research informs teaching and the wider experiences of students at all levels.

The Lincoln Parliamentary Research Centre (ParliLinc) brings together work on parliaments and legislatures at the University. The Centre is based in the School of Social and Political Sciences, in the College of Social Science, although membership is open across the University. ParliLinc’s aim is to enhance research, facilitate impact and promote engagement with parliaments and legislatures in the UK and beyond. The Centre reflects a wide range of experience and expertise in parliamentary studies and associated fields, together with a variety of methodological approaches. It seeks to further develop the University of Lincoln as a recognised centre of excellence for research and teaching in parliamentary studies

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House of Lords Youth Unemployment Committee ‘Skills for every young person’ report features evidence from Following Young Fathers Further

House of Lords Youth Unemployment…

The House of Lords Youth Unemployment Committee published their new report, ‘Skills for every young person’ last Friday 26th...

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Mark Bennister’s evidence cited in…

Evidence and research by Mark Bennister, Director of ParliLinc, has been cited in a report published by the House...

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Committee witnesses in the Parliament of Canada

Committee witnesses in the Parliament…

On 14 October Hugh Bochel presented a paper to the virtual conference of the Canadian Study of Parliament Group....

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