This workshop continues the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society's Science of Constitutions programme of research and discussion.

Part of the day will be an analysis of the variables affecting the success or failure of constitutions. Building on earlier discussions and publications (all available on the FLJS website), the workshop will advance understanding of the variables that affect the future effectiveness, durability and stability of the constitutional order.

The workshop participants (tbc) will then discuss and analyse several constitutional systems that are undergoing major change or stress, including: Poland, Chile, Turkey, Myanmar and Thailand.

The objective, in the cases of Myranmar and Thailand, is to identify key factors in designing a new constitution, including assessing the influence of the constitution-making process. For Chile, Poland and Turkey, the aim will be to examine points of stress and strain in their existing constitutional systems.

This is a free event, open to all. To secure your place, please register via the FLJS website: