The Wilberforce Society offers both the public and private sectors the opportunity to commission research, reports or proposals on any area of public policy without charge.

If you would like to commission TWS, please email Jemima Baar at We are happy to arrange meetings in Cambridge or London to discuss any suitable proposal.

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The Cambridge Brexit Report

The Cambridge Brexit Report was a collaboration between The Wilberforce Society, Cambridge for Europe, the Cambridge University European Society, Polygeia, and Cambridge Stays. Commissioned by Daniel Zeichner MP, it was the second part of a project that began with a Conference on 24th February 2017, entitled Cambridge and Brexit: Discussing our Future. Both the Conference and the Report sought to map the way forward for Britain after Brexit, and integrate both local and national perspectives.

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Proposed Constitutional Framework for the Republic of Tunisia

“An impressive Constitution” Laurence Tribe, Constitutional Law Professor and Supreme Court advocate, Harvard Law School

A comprehensive report, comprising a constitutional framework for Tunisia and in-depth supplementary research. 

The project was produced by a team of 26 experts and students, and led by Dr Riddhi Dasgupta, TWS’s senior advisor and the chief draftsperson, and Mr George Bangham, Chair of the Society 2012-2013. The team undertook fieldwork in Tunisia, and North Africa more generally. The project utilised influencer analysis, social media analysis, scenario planning, future analysis, and crowdsourcing from Tunisian academics, politicians, NGOs, and citizens, and received consultation and briefing from lawyers, economists, diplomats and political advisors in Tunisia and around the world.