reform v. to improve (an existing institution, law, practice, etc) by alteration or by correction of abuses or malpractices; n. a principle, campaign, or measure aimed at achieving such change

The Reformist in a nutshell

this site is the seed for an international think thank, with the aim of proposing and promoting reforms to government, the law, welfare, school curricula, and the regulation of business and trade. all people are invited to contribute their own ideas or to represent the ideas of other research, lobby and action groups. the aim is to develop proposals that are practical and concise, backed by comprehensive research and analysis, and followed by detailed, practical steps for realizing those proposals. it is hoped that in time this project will come to inform planning and policy at all levels of government around the world. [more]

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