How laws are made session

From our colleagues:
FREE one hour session in Parliament on “How Laws are Made”
 
We have only just received this via the Parliament Outreach team. They understand it is very short notice but have only just found out it is taking place themselves – so we are passing it on to London DDPOs in case anyone is interested and able to go along. Please note Inclusion London is not involved in organising this so follow the booking the details below in order to book your place.
 
Parliament Week 2017: How laws are made
 
Come to a free session in the House of Commons on how the UK Parliament makes law.
 
Do you or your organisation need to know how laws are made? Have you ever wondered how you can get involved?
 
Join the experts from the House of Commons and the House of Lords to find out how we make new laws or change existing laws.
 
We’re ready to make the complex simple and answer your questions.
 
The sessions are open to anyone who wants to learn more about law-making the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
 
There are limited places at this event and places are available on a first come first served basis. If a waiting list is formed then this will be distributed on a first come, first served basis, places are non-transferable.
 
 
All the best
 
Alasdair
 
 
Alasdair Mackenzie
Community Outreach and Engagement Manager
Houses of Parliament 
020 7219 4214
079174 88143
Text relay 18001 7219 7379 
Pronouns: He/him/his
 
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