There are more ways to get involved with politics than just voting, find out how you can influence decision makers.
Tagged: Alternative Engagement
MPs have launched an inquiry into ‘immersive and addictive technologies’ in the UK, and they’re looking for input from the public.
1. Think about what matters to you. The first step to a successful campaign is to have a cause and idea that people can get behind. It’s important that it’s something you care about...
Select Committees are groups of cross-party MPs who hold the government to account on behalf of Parliament and scrutinise government activity.
If you have a cause that you want to get noticed by the Government then the UK Government petition website is the place to start.
Get In Westminster is a non-partisan educational programme that aims to empower young students and professionals of colour about career opportunities across the civil service.
Gina Martin is successfully leading a campaign to make ‘up-skirting’, the act of taking a photo up a somebody’s skirt without their permission, illegal. Following a personal experience of up-skirting at a festival, she...
Members of Parliament regularly hold surgeries, and no, we’re not talking about medical procedures! They’re an opportunity for you to discuss issues that matter to you with your local MP in a 1-1 setting.