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As part of Parliament Week 2015 ( a programme of events and activities that connects people across the UK with Parliament and democracy) I was asked to contribute some of my research on Selwyn Goldsmith to be included in a quiz focused on campaigners who were successful change-makers. This event took place over 14th-20th November 2015.

The idea behind the quiz was to use examples of change-makers from the past and present to inspire people to get involved with Parliament today. People got involved by answering a series of questions and at the end of the quiz they were deemed to ‘be’ a campaigner and could share the outcome on social media.
The quiz can be accessed here and if participants ended up with Goldsmith as an outcome they were directed here.
As of Jan 2016  4% of the 2062 participants (78 people) got Goldsmith as their outcome.
 
 

 

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