Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Make It An Issue


Earlier this week the Power Inquiry launched the make it an issue campaign with the aim of encouraging people across Britain to call for the rules of democracy to be decided by the people and not politicians.


Make it an issue will shortly announce a series of events and meetings across the country where people can join the campaign and debate the priorities for democratic reform.


Inspired by the moveon.org campaign in the USA, make it an issue will use the web as a space for action and debate.


www.makeitanissue.org.uk launched on Monday with a series of films and blogs.


Key supporters include Saira Khan of The Apprentice, Philip Pullman, Billy Bragg and Greg Dyke.


Organisations and individuals can join the campaign and contribute ideas by signing up at www.makeitanissue.org.uk

Labels:

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home