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The East of England Parliamentary Outreach service aims to create awareness of the work of Parliament and show how the debates and decisions of the House of Commons and House of Lords are relevant to the region.
The Parliamentary Outreach service also promotes engagement with the processes of Parliament, demonstrating how the public can get involved at a local and national level.
In partnership with organisations such as Rethink, Essex County Libraries, Take Part Hertfordshire and the Norfolk Record Office, Parliamentary Outreach in the East of England organises and participates in free training sessions, events and exhibitions.
The following are examples of the types of events that Parliamentary Outreach can organise or participate in:
If you are interested in holding an event with Parliamentary Outreach, please contact Sharon Stanley at [email protected].
Enter your postcode, constituency or the name of an MP to find their contact details.
For further information on how your organisation can get involved with Parliamentary Outreach in the East of England, please contact:
Sharon Stanley Parliamentary Outreach Houses of Parliament London SW1A 0AAT: 07917 488842 E: [email protected]
Read a review of Parliamentary Outreach's recent 'Breaking Barrriers' exhibition by Disability Arts Online:
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