12–18 November 2018

Hardcopy or #Hashtag?: young people’s vision for a digital parliament

Between 8 September and 10 October the Political Studies Association (PSA) will be running a series of workshops in schools and universities across the UK. At these workshops sixth form students and university undergraduates will be able to discuss young people’s engagement with Parliament and the political process. The students will compete to come up with the most innovative ways of using digital technology to increase youth engagement.

A selection of these students will present their ideas to a mixture of young people, parliamentarians and academics at an interactive event led by actor and film maker Femi Oyeniran on 17th November 2014. This event will be taking place in the Attlee Suite in Portcullis House.

Read the 15 winning ideas from the “Hardcopy or #Hashtag?” regional workshops which will be debated during the event online here.  Tweet your thoughts about the students’ ideas using #PSAPW.

Booking details

This event is being run by the Political Studies Association (PSA) and the PSA’s Parliaments and Legislatures Specialist Group in conjunction with Parliament Week.

Capacity is now full, however please register your interest with James Ludley at: james.ludley@psa.ac.uk to be added to our waiting list.

Successful parties will be contacted in due course.

Cost to attend

This event is free of charge
Monday 17 Nov 2014, 2:00pm - 4:30pm
Political Studies Association (PSA)
Portcullis House, London SW1A 2LW, United Kingdom
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