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Step 1: ENGAGE - What politicial issues matter to you?
Ths lesson plan gets young people talking about politics and the issues that matter to them. This is a great foundation for planning future lessons with their priorities in mind.
Anite id the Head of Education & Learning at Wellcome. Here we discuss the role of science and evidence in policymaking and what Wellcome is doing to tackle the biggest health challenges facing society.
Interview with Hannan Sarwar: Being a young local councillor
Hannan Sarwar is the youngest muslim councillor in England being elected to Wilmslow Town Council at age 18. He tells us what inspired him to get involved in politics and the importance of diversity in politics.
Call to Action
Create a compelling call to action. Understand who can make and influence decisions and what you can ask them to do on your behalf e.g. commit funding, hold a debate, meet with you & much more...
The Cabinet & their Shadows
Interview with two civil servants: What's the role of the civil service?
Two civil servants talk about their careers and the civil service's role in public policy. We cover being non-party-political and diversity. They also give some top tips for advocates.