Partner event submission Enter all information required below. If your event lasts for more than one day, provide additional information in your event description. For example, if you are running an event every day for a week from 10:00 to 14:00 then state this in your description and enter the first and last day as your start and end date. We've tried to keep this form as simple as possible, so if your event has more complex arrangements you may need to enter separate submissions for the different variations of your event, which will be listed individually. The final four questions are designed to give us a better understanding of how you feel your event will engage your audience with the themes of Parliament Week. Your organisation name*Your organisation must be a registered Parliament Week partner to submit an eventSelect a partner16th Long Eaton BrowniesActionSpaceAdvising LondonAIM AwardsAllsortz Open Mic C.I.CAriel Foundation International - ChangemakersArtfinder - Buy Original Art, Paintings, Signed Prints & Photography Directly from Artists and GalleriesAssembliesAtworth Parish CouncilBeanstalkBelfast Unemployed Resource CentreBFM Group UKBirkbeck Centre for the Study of British Politics and Public LifeBishopsgate InstituteBrighton and Hove Speak Out: Being Heard in Government GroupBritish Federation of Women Graduates (BFWG)British Youth CouncilBromfordBrunel University LondonCabinet OfficeCatch22 | Transforming lives, transforming communitiesCentrepoint ParliamentChamberlain Forum LimitedChildren in ScotlandChurchill War RoomsChwarae TegCity College PeterboroughCity of London Group at Toynbee HallCivic VoiceClaremont StudiosCoalition of Latin Americans in the UKColourful Radio Community Action HertsmereCommunity Development Foundation (CDF)Coney LTDConnecting Enterprising WomenConventusCorsham Youth CouncilCoventry UniversityCreating Positive MindsCrisisCrossroads Care North SomersetCVS Broxbourne and East HertsDebating LondonDemocracy ClubDemocracy MattersDepartment for the Environment, Food and Rural AffairsDigital Women's Archive North [DWAN]DiverCity is Right Domestic Angels (UK) LtdElectoral CommissionElevation NetworksEmergency Exit ArtsEnglish HeritageEuropean Parliament - Information Office in the UKEuropean Youth Parliament UK (EYPUK)European-Atlantic GroupExplore York Libraries and ArchivesEynesbury Village AssociationFind Your VoiceFoundation for International CollaborationFulham PalaceFun Kids Radio UKGirlguiding London and South East EnglandGo Digit AllGoldsmiths, University of LondonGovernment Art CollectionHansard SocietyHomeless LinkHyndburn Borough CouncilIan SwalesInstitute for GovernmentInternational Human Rights Education Project CICInto FilmIts a Power ThingJust LincolnshireKCL Politics SocietyKennington Community ForumKirklees CouncilLambeth CollegeLeeds Beckett University, Politics and Applied Global EthicsLeeds Children's UniversityLeeds Trinity UniversityLewisham Pensioners ForumLondon Borough of Havering with Havering College of Further and Higher EducationLondon Borough of Lambeth Democratic ServicesLondon EthnicLondon Voluntary Service CouncilM-prez Enterprise LtdManchester Guided ToursManchester Metropolitan UniversityMuseum of CroydonMyKindaCrowdMyLifeMySayNational Assembly for WalesNational Football MuseumNational Schools PartnershipNDCA (Nigerian Diaspora Connect Association)New Citizens VoiceNew Manchester WalksNewport Museums and Heritage ServiceNishkam Civic Association (trading as the Nishkam Centre)No One Ever Told Me About PoliticsNorth London CaresNorthern Ireland Youth Forum (NIYF)Nottingham Women's CentreNUSOmniPoliticalOne Big CommunityOur Democratic HeritagePeople's History MuseumPolitical Studies Association (PSA)Portsmouth Historic DockyardPro Art & CoRecovering Across Mental Health (RAMH)RHUL Politics & International Relations SocietyROC (Robert Owen Communites)Rock Solid Media GroupRotary Club of WembleyRotherham Youth CabinetRoyal Central School of Speech & Drama, London UniversitySandwell Council Elections TeamSave Grassroots Football CampaignSchool of Philosophy, UEASchool of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication StudiesSerbian Society in the UKShakespeare Birthplace TrustShaping the Future - University of WestminsterSheffield Hallam UniversitySheila McKechnie FoundationShout Out UK - The WorldWide News NetworkShropshire Museums, Shropshire CouncilSlough Young Peoples ServiceSoundcastleSouth Ashford Community ForumSouth Leicestershire CollegeSouth London Women Artists - HomeStafford and Stone District Youth ForumStaffordshire Youth and Community (Lichfield District) Staffordshire Youth and Community Service (Cannock Chase district) Staffordshire Youth and Community Service (Stafford district)Starting Point Community Learning PartnershipStigma ArtStudent Action for RefugeesSupreme Court of the United KingdomSurrey County CouncilSussex Archaeological SocietyTEAMGlobal - The European Atlantic MovementTES ResourcesThe Ambassador Theatre Group LTDThe Bishop of DerbyThe Bodleian Libraries and Department of Politics and International Relations, University of OxfordThe ChallengeThe Community Court YardThe Community FoundationThe Democratic SocietyThe Football League TrustThe Grampound with Creed Heritage ProjectThe Institute of Public Affairs, London School of EconomicsThe Odiham SocietyThe Pink Shoe ClubThe Prince's Initiative for Mature EnterpriseThe Student RoomThe UK All Pakistan Women's AssociationThe Wharton Trust, The AnnexxTheatre CentreTolson MuseumTurner ContemporaryUCLan Students' UnionUK ParliamentUniversal Peace FederationUniversity of East AngliaUniversity of ExeterUniversity of Exeter Politics SocietyUniversity of LincolnUniversity of Northumbria at NewcastleUniversity of Portsmouth Political UnionUniversity of SheffieldUniversity of St Andrews (Centre for Housing Research)University of St Mark and St JohnUnlock DemocracyUpRising LeadershipVoting CountsWakefield Museum, Wakefield CouncilWarwick University English DepartmentWebRoots DemocracyWENG for Women Empowerment Network GroupWestminster AbbeyWolverhampton Art GalleryWomen of Wolverhampton (WOW)Workers Educational Association (WEA)Workers' Educational Association (WEA Northern Ireland)Working Class Movement LibraryWorld Peace and Prosperity Foundation York People FirstYoung Addaction HaltonYoung FabiansYoung NCB (National Children's Bureau)Event or activity title*Your title should be as concise, specific and original as possible. Don't forget that some people will search for your event using only the title, so it needs to be memorable! Event or activity description*Explain what your event is about, who it is for and what will happen on the day. If you have any speakers or panellists coming then list them here. If you have a specific audience in mind then please tailor this description to them. We'll use this information on your individual event page. Short descriptionEnter a short description which we'll use to show your event in listings on our website, for example, in search results. Please be as concise as possible. If you leave this blank, we'll use your event description to create our own summary. Start date*If it is due to take place on more than one occasion or runs over several days, please provide the start date and end date, and give specific details in your event description. Start time*Please use 24 hour format : HH MM End dateYou can leave this blank if this is a one day event. End time*Please use 24 hour format : HH MM How to bookProvide booking details for your event or activity. Please also state if there is no need to book. Cost to attend*How much does your event or activity cost to attend? Please also state if there is no charge. Eventbrite ticketIf you are using Eventbrite to manage tickets, enter your Eventbrite unique event number here. E.g. 12121015229Address 1*Enter the location of your event or activity.Address 2Town/City*Post code*Region*Select a regionEast EnglandEast MidlandsLondon - CentralLondon - EastLondon - NorthLondon - SouthLondon - WestNorth East EnglandNorth West EnglandNorthern IrelandScotlandSouth East EnglandSouth West EnglandWalesWest MidlandsYorkshire + HumbersideEmail*Your email address will not be published on the Parliament Week website. How many people do you expect to take part in your event/activity?*Fewer than 1010-2020-5050-100100-200200+How will your event support the Parliament Week 2015 programme?*For Parliament Week 2015, we are looking for events or activities that help your audiences to get inspired by people who have shaped our democracy or to get involved and change their future. Please can you let us know whether your event will help your audience(s) to: Learn more about how they can get involved UK-wide, national or local democracy Feel inspired to create change in UK-wide, national or local democracy Have an opportunity to make their voices heard about issues that matter to them None of the above A member of the Parliament Week team will be in touch soon to discuss your event or activity and how it fits in with the Parliament Week programme. Please continue and submit your form.