If you could make one law what would it be?
For the Lights, Camera, Parliament! 2014 competition we asked young people aged 7-16 to submit a film, or a script, or a storyboard telling Parliament about a new law they would introduce in the UK.
The competition has now closed but there are still lots of downloadable teacher and student resources, tips, inspiration pieces and blogs on the competition website which are a great way to engage young people creatively with Parliament, democracy and political literacy, and encourage them to get their voice heard.
This year's winners will be announced at the beginning of March
Winners will be invited to an awards day at the Houses of Parliament on 1 April 2014, which will include a tour of the Palace of Westminster, an opportunity to speak with Members of Parliament about their proposed law, hosted by the Lord Speaker and a showcasing event for the winning entries at British Film Institute!
For more information about the competition, and to see all of this year's entries, visit the competition website , hosted by Makewav.es , a safe social media site designed specifically for schools and students.
or you can email the Lights, Camera, Parliament! team directly