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Launch of the Audit of Political Engagement 10

On 15th May in Parliament the Hansard Society will be launching its latest, 10th report in the Audit of Political Engagement series. Speakers include Peter Oborne and Chloe Smith MP.


The Audit of Political Engagement is the only annual health check on our democratic system. Now in its 10th year, each Audit measures the ‘political pulse’ of the nation, providing a unique benchmark to gauge public opinion across Great Britain with regard to the political system.

This year’s figures examine the public’s propensity to vote, their satisfaction levels with MPs and how they view the effectiveness of Parliament. Audit 10 also looks in greater detail at how the public think about politics, how complex they perceive it to be, and what impact this has both on how they view education about politics and their priorities for political reform. It also explores the concept of the ‘standby’ citizen who, although not yet actively engaged in politics, may participate in the future.

Speakers

Chloe Smith MP - Minister for Political and Constitutional Reform
Peter Oborne - Chief Political Correspondent, Daily Telegraph
More speakers TBA


Speaker(s):

Mr Peter Oborne | talks | www
Chloe Smith MP | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

15 May 2013 at 6:30 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

Hansard Society
5th Floor
9 King Street
London
EC2V 8EA
020 7438 1222
http://www.hansardsociety.org.uk/

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Tickets:

FREE

Available from:

http://pa2013lecture.eventbrite.co.uk/

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