A study by Alex Rutherford et al. uses CCP data to investigate the evolution of constitutions over time, with the hopes of learning valuable lessons for those seeking to expand constitutional rights. Mila Versteeg, a CCP collaborator, believes the methods used in
The CCP and Dejusticia are collaborating to build a Spanish-language version of Constitute. We previewed an early version of Constitute en español at Dejusticia's intensive course on economic, social, and cultural rights last October -- watch the video (in Spanish)
Thirty-five years after receiving a C- on his university paper about a then-abandoned US constitutional amendment proposal, Gregory Watson is getting his grade changed to an A+. After receiving the disappointing grade in 1982, Watson spearheaded an effort to revive
The Sunlight Foundation has named Constitute as one of the inspirations behind their new Open Data Policies Decoded project, which seeks to connect policy solutions to the open data initiatives and public officials that need them. Read more about the project, and
In a new article on their website, the History Channel explores our Constitution Rankings to discover the world's shortest, and longest, national constitutions. Read the article here.