Thu, 11 Mar | Zoom

Session 2: Law, regulation and responsibilities

Engaging young citizens: political youth work in action. Session two will identify the ways that laws, regulations and policies support and constrain how we can engage young people in political and civic matters. The session will build knowledge and understanding of the factors which need to consid
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Session 2:  Law, regulation and responsibilities

Time & Location

11 Mar, 11:00 – 12:30
Zoom

About the Event

Session two will identify the ways that laws, regulations and policies support and constrain how we can engage young people in political and civic matters. The session will build knowledge and understanding of the factors which need to considered when planning and delivering work with young people to ensure activity remains in line with our legal duties.

Issues to explore include:

· What are the boundaries of political engagement for organisations? Are there specific rules in certain settings?

· What are the duties of charities to be political but not partisan?

· What is Purduh and pre-election periods and what does this mean for youth workers?

· What are the safeguarding considerations and the role of “prevent”, ‘radicalisation’ and ‘extremism’ that we need to consider?

Please email naomi.emmanuel@cityoflondon.gov.uk if you have any questions, or need any support.

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