Promoting public understanding
of electoral democracy
McDougall is the independent charitable trust that promotes public understanding of electoral democracy.
McDougall Trust exists to advance knowledge and understanding of, and research into, the forms, functions and development of electoral democracy.
McDougall has developed a longstanding focus on representative institutions, voting systems and elections, whether in government at local, regional, national and international level, or in institutions - including political parties, companies, trade unions, community groups, and voluntary organisations of all kinds.
McDougall seeks to reach a wide range of audiences, including policy makers, legislators, election organisers, reformers, campaigners, researchers, academics, pollsters, historians, journalists, commentators, members of institutions and associations that aspire to democracy or use election processes, and anyone interested in how democratic societies are - or could be - governed.
McDougall Trust Promoting public understanding of electoral democracy.
Registered Charity No. 212151 (Arthur McDougall Fund)
Our key observations plus some questions arising from the UK EU Referendum and US Presidential election
McDougall Trust's quarterly journal published in association with Taylor & Francis