Politics People and Judges: free teacher training on role of constitution and Judiciary
The Citizenship Foundation, JUSTICE and the Guardian are inviting teachers to a free conference ‘Politics People and Judges’ analysing the role of the constitution and Judiciary in the UK.The conference will be held at the Guardian Newsroom, London, on Friday 15 June 2007. It is suitable for teachers of Citizenship, Politics, History, Sociology and General Studies.
Speakers will include:
•Roger Smith, Director of JUSTICE
•Tony Thorpe and Richard Jarvis, Citizenship Foundation
•David Henke, Guardian Westminster Correspondent
•Pam Giddy, Director of the Power Inquiry
•Andrew Phillips OBE, President of the Citizenship Foundation
Attendees will be able to learn and share interesting ways to teach topics such as the nature and role of constitution, the debate about a bill of rights and constitutional reform, the role of the Judiciary in governance and the impact of the courts on civil liberties and individual rights.
The conference provides an excellent opportunity for interested teachers to gain up to date information about the constitution and constitutional reform. This conference will give not only practical examples to take back to the classroom, but a chance to discuss and debate important, topical issues with our keynote speakers, and other teachers.
To book your free place, follow the link below.