The Centre on Constitutional Change (CCC) is a leading centre for the study of constitutional change and territorial politics in the United Kingdom and beyond. It was established in August 2013 to research the UK’s changing constitutional relationships. Based at the University of Edinburgh, its current fellows include academics from the Universities of Aberdeen, Cambridge, Cardiff, Stirling, and University College Cork.
The Centre also acts as a hub for a much wider network of scholars across the UK and beyond engaged in analysis of contemporary constitutional issues. It is one of the leaders of the Islands and Unions Network, linking academics and practitioners across the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The CCC is led by Co-Directors - Prof Michael Keating (Universities of Aberdeen & Edinburgh) and Prof Nicola McEwen (University of Edinburgh). Our research is multi-disciplinary, with the team spanning the fields of political science, economics, constitutional law, and public policy.
CCC Advisory Board 2018 - 2020:
Ms. Claire Brook, HM Treasury
Mr. Pat Cox, former president of European Parliament
Mr. John Downie, SCVO
Dr. Allison Elliot, Royal Society of Edinburgh
Professor Cathy Gormley-Heenan, Queen’s University Belfast
Professor Daniel Innerarity, University of the Basque Country
Professor André Lecours, University of Ottawa
Professor Meg Russell, Constitution Unit, UCL
Professor Richard Wyn Jones, Cardiff University
Professor Brigid Laffan, European University Institute
Councillor Roger Gough, Kent County Council
The Centre on Constitutional Change research teams are based at universities and think tanks across the UK and are available for media interview.
For additional help in contacting the right researcher, please contact our Communications Officer, Ciarán Byrne.
Email: Ciaran.email@example.com / Telephone: +44 (0) 131 651 4740 / Mobile: 07426 230723