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The universities programme supports lecturers, tutors, researchers and students to engage with Parliament's work and processes.
This programme supports organisations that want to access and deliver Parliamentary training, enabling their members and communities to learn about and engage with the work and processes of Parliament.
This programme aims to empower and enable adults with learning disabilities to make civic engagement choices throughout their lives.
Find out how to bring your school students on a visit to Parliament, book free teacher training opportunities, and download free classroom resources for political literacy teachers.
Schools can apply to be visited by a Member of the House of Lords to hear about their work. The programme is aimed at students aged 14 - 18.
Parliament is offering free workshops and presentations especially for women and women’s groups across the UK.
Use these resources to facilitate group discussions with a focus on a parliamentary topics.
Join one of Parliament’s free online courses running throughout the year on FutureLearn.
Find out more about the Parliamentary Studies module which is co-taught by university tutors and Parliamentary.
This body gives young people the opportunity to scrutinise public issues and hold inquiries into topics most relevant to them.
The Your UK Parliament awards recognise people who have played a role in shaping the agenda and making the UK Parliament more accessible
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