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Twitter: #TWSTunisia The Wilberforce Society is proud to announce the release of its largest project of 2012, a Comprehensive Proposed Constitutional Framework for the Republic of Tunisia, commissioned by the Tunisian National Constituent Assembly. The Report features a new constitutional framework for Tunisia, supported by in-depth research. "An impressive Constitution." Constitutional Law Professor...

A paper based on data kindly provided by our Partners at YouGov-Cambridge. Reviewed at a seminar with Chris Bryant, MP for Rhondda and former Minister for Europe, and Symon Hill, Associate Director of Ekklesia Think Tank. [gview file="http://thewilberforcesociety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Sexuality_and_Discrimination_in_the_United_Kingdom.pdf" save="1"]...

This paper proposes a series of population interventions to improve children’s diet with the aim to both directly reduce the incidence of childhood obesity and to encourage the development of healthy eating behaviours in children. Proposals are split into three population levels at which they can be enacted – industry, schools...