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    Democracy Matters Action Update August 2015

    Parliament will debate major constitutional changes to the UK, but most people are not involved nor even aware of what is happening. We encourage people to take part in the consultation by the Local Government Association and All Party Group and get involved in the …

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    Democracy Matters Action Update July 2015

    I am delighted at the response to our plans for a national conversation about changes to the British constitution this autumn: please see update, below. This newsletter also has information on campaign training, a note on the Unlock Magna Carta events and a request for …

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    Democracy Matters Action Update June 2015

    Things to look out for in this month’s bulletin: What does the new parliament mean? – event 9 June It’s Magna Carta anniversary – all month What’s wrong with politics? – Join the debate! National Citizenship Education Conference: 30 June Political education on the WEA …

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    Democracy Matters Action Update June 2014

    Members of Democracy Matters are meeting with Stephen Twigg, Shadow Minister for Constitutional Affairs, at 2pm on Wednesday 18th June to present manifesto ideas on political education and the democratic deficit. Read Stephen Twigg’s talk to the Electoral Reform Society for his current thinking. If …

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    Democracy Matters Action Update April 2014

    This month’s newsletter includes details of our seminar on 1 May, the Parliamentary Inquiry into why people don’t vote (and how to encourage them), SMK’s inspiring People Power conference on 30 April and other events. Do keep us posted about opportunities to learn how to …

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    Democracy Matters Action Update March 2014

    Last month the misnamed Lobbying Bill (or “Gagging Bill”) became law, despite opposition from a remarkable coalition of over 150 civil society organisations. The Act increases inequality of influence: while newspapers are free to campaign about whatever they want during elections, and in house corporate …

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    Democracy Matters Action Update Nov-Dec 2013

    Democracy Matters campaigns for courses in advocacy, campaigning and influencing skills to be as widely available as for business, law or literacy. You can help by spreading the word about the following: Parliament Week is making learning about campaigning accessible The Civil Society Commission on …

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    Democracy Matters Action Update October 2013

    This has been a busy month, fundraising for Democracy Matters, job hunting and organising a seminar series on practical political education – see below. This month also saw the fantastic SMK Campaigner Awards – a great celebration of people’s determination to make the world a …

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    Democracy Matters Action Update August 2013

    It is easier to get stories into the media while politicians are away from Westminster. If you want journalists to find you, AskCharity is a free service to help journalists find case studies and information from non-profit organisations, who can also use it to build …

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    Democracy Matters Action Update June 2013

    JUNE 2013 Welcome to Bite the Ballot, our latest member: meet them on 10th July, at our forum on the EU elections with Jean Lambert MEP and Unlock Democracy’s Vote Match. Note that the SMK Campaigner Awards are open until 1pm on 17th June (see …

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