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Learn about their experience, knowledge and interests
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Parliamentary Outreach spreads awareness of the work, processes and relevance of the institution of Parliament, encouraging greater engagement between the public and the House of Commons and House of Lords
The work of Parliamentary Outreach includes:
Delivering free training to organisations or individuals based in the UK explaining the work of Parliament
Promoting engagement with Select Committee inquiries
Showing how the public can get involved with legislative scrutiny
Demonstrating Parliament's relevance to each part of the UK
The Parliamentary Outreach service works in partnership with a diverse range of organisations, from local community groups and businesses to national campaign networks and NGOs.
This model of long term, sustainable partnership working has proven to be the most effective way to support meaningful public engagement with Parliament.
Due to high demand for Parliamentary Outreach services, it is recommended that requests for specific training or workshops be made at least two months in advance.
Learn about 'Parliament Talks' which are a series of events featuring a range of speakers who discuss Parliament’s role in effectively scrutinising public policy
Information about forthcoming Public Bill Workshops
Read detailed information on Parliamentary Outreach's training sessions to people and organisations in the UK
Information about the free regular drop-in sessions offered by Parliamentary Outreach for anyone who wants to find out more about the workings of the UK Parliament
Women in Parliament pages with news, events, research and resources on women's rights and representation in UK politics and government
Information about regional officers that deliver information sessions across the United Kingdom
Enter your postcode, constituency or the name of an MP to find their contact details.
Twitter – keep up to date with what's happening in Parliament
Flickr – images of the business, events and buildings of Parliament
YouTube – films explaining the work and history of Parliament
Facebook – become a fan of Parliament on facebook
Follow us on twitter - @UKParlOutreach
Parliamentary Outreach Houses of Parliament London SW1A 2TT Telephone: 020 7219 1650 E-mail: email@example.comTwitter: @UKParlOutreach
Understand the role, history and current activities of The Speaker of the House of Commons.
News on parliamentary events and outreach activities from the Lord Speaker's office.