We have plenty of ideas and resources to help you with your event this year! How you take part in UK Parliament Week is entirely up to you, there is no limit to what you can do.
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We have 10,000 UK Parliament Week partners’ kits to give away once you’ve registered your event or activity. Your kit includes:
Register your UK Parliament Week event or activity now.
UK Parliament Week kits will start being sent to partners who have registered an event or activity in May 2018.
We’ve also created a downloadable version of our toolkit to help you come up with ideas, plan and publicise your UK Parliament Week event. (2018 update coming soon!)
We’ve created some short and handy videos explaining how the UK Parliament works for you to use during your event, or to brush up on your facts before hand! Find them all on our YouTube page.
UK Parliament Week 2018 forms a part of the UK Parliament’s Vote 100 programme, which celebrates 100 years since the first women got the vote. We’ve compiled some resources to help you explore the struggle for equal suffrage during your UK Parliament Week event or activity.
As part of Vote 100, women share their personal stories of how laws passed by Parliament have changed their lives for the better. We have created #YourStoryOurHistory, three short films focusing on laws that have contributed to women’s rights and continued to empower them.
Hold a screening and debate for UK Parliament Week 2018.
We’ve developed some tips and ideas for making your online event a success.
We have lots of age-specific learning resources about the UK Parliament, its work and its history at parliament.uk/education.
Learning resources and activities about the UK’s devolved legislatures:
Discover EMPOWER! our Adults with Learning Disabilities (ALD) Programme. The programme aims to empower and enable adults with learning disabilities to make civic engagement choices throughout their lives.
Your local MP can offer excellent insight into the work of Parliament. You can invite your local MP to hold an assembly about their role and how your audience can engage with their work. Find out who your local MP is and how to contact them.
Why not invite a Member of the House of Lords to talk about their work as part of your event? Here’s a list of members, their details, and how you can contact them.
If you’re holding an event for a Girlguiding unit, a primary, or secondary school, your kit is packed with plenty of fun event ideas and interactive activities for all age groups.