Thursday, January 06, 2005

Running since 1985, Westminster Day is a unique event, which allows young people to engage with senior political figures and make their voice heard. It gives a good opportunity to young people to question those who make key decisions and can be great way of sparking an interest in the political process. Previous Westminster Days have featured Paddy Ashdown, Sir David Steel, Peter Mandelson, Ken Livingstone and William Hague, Iain Duncan Smith, Charles Kennedy and John Reid. Well-known journalists, media personalities and representatives of think tanks and campaign groups also join politicians during panel debates with young people to discuss contemporary political issues.

Westminster Day 2005 will be held at the Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, London and will hopefully be chaired by Jon Snow of Channel 4 News. Previous Westminster Days have been sold out and it is hoped that in a general election year that will happen again.
Tickets are £12 and you can book online now!

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

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14/12/06 22:13  
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16/2/07 20:42  

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