We held our Parliament Week Partners’ Conference at the People’s History Museum in Manchester last week.
Thank you to everyone who came! We had an absolutely brilliant day planning for Parliament Week 2015. If you couldn’t make it, we’ve got loads of information on our website about how to sign up as a partner.
Resources from the day
If you want to have a look at our slides from the day, or a great presentation on how to use social media to support your Parliament Week event, you can just download them from Dropbox.
During one of the workshops at the conference, Tom Bowtell from Coney theatre company introduced us to Early Days of a Better Nation. This interactive theatre experience explores the possibilities of nationhood and democracy. If you want to find out more, you can have a look at Coney’s website.
While we are busy finalising the theme for Parliament Week 2015, we would love you to take part in LiberTeas on 14 June. This is a commemoration of the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, and a chance to celebrate, debate and reflect on our freedoms and rights. The LiberTeas website has lots more information, tips and ideas, and details of how to register your LiberTea.
Finally, the People’s History Museum is collecting election material from across the country. If you receive any election material through your door, please think about sharing it with the curators at the People’s History Museum. More details on the People’s History Museum blog.
We look forward to working with you during Parliament Week 2015!