UK Parliament Week 2017 was our biggest and most successful year yet. With 4,596 events taking place across the UK, there was something for everyone to get involved with, and over 360,000 people participated in some way.
It started with the annual UK Youth Parliament sitting in the House of Commons, where MYPs debated the most important issues for young people across the UK.
— UK House of Commons (@HouseofCommons) November 17, 2017
Throughout the week and all across the UK schools, uniformed organisations, faith groups and community groups held events and activities to engage with the UK Parliament, explore what it means them and empower them to get involved.
It’s UK Parliament Week! ? With over 4,500 events taking place across the UK there’s something for everyone. Find out what’s happening where you are. https://t.co/mHJkGN6ltg #UKPW17 pic.twitter.com/MgKYCAY0mB
— Your UK
Parliament (@YourUKParl) November 13, 2017
— Karen_5thBostonBSL (@5thBostonBSL) November 18, 2017
Loved chairing our children vs teacher debate today for UK Parliament Week! Well done to the Proposition (children) for winning and speaking so well. Love helping children find their voice in this noisy world @Debate_Mate @voice21oracy @ESBUK @UKYP @UKParlEducation #oracy ??? pic.twitter.com/eXwk0zEfpo
— ? Miss T ? (@Miss_SKT) November 17, 2017
We’ve been learning about democracy through play with @LEGO_Group this UK Parliament Week! Thanks to Mr Speaker, @HackneyAbbott @vickyford @SamGyimah and @attorneygeneral for taking part! #UKPW17 #LEGOBuildTheChange pic.twitter.com/hq7zA2NaVS
— Your UK Parliament (@YourUKParl) November 17, 2017
UK Parliament Week 2018 will take place from 12 – 18 November 2018 and registration opens on 6 February! Find out more about our plans for UK Parliament Week 2018.