Demsoc and Dan Jellinek (author of “People Power, a user’s guide to Democracy” and journalist) are holding another Citizens’ Drop In. It is open to anyone who would like to find out a bit more about politics and how to get things done but also to share ideas, experiences and things we would like to get done.
It will be at the Brighthelm Centre, North Rd, Brighton, BN1 1YD on Tuesday 10 February from 6pm -7.30pm. There will be tea, coffee and biscuits and afterwards Demsoc invite you to join us for drinks in the Jolly Butcher pub (across the road.)
You can find out some more about the Citizens’ Drop In in this short video.
- We would like to discuss questions such as:
Is it OK not to vote?
Are politicians really all the same?
Who cares about your community and how do you change things?
If you feel you have questions you would like to ask, or just want to find out more about local democracy then the Citizens Drop In is for you. Dan and people from Demsoc will be on hand to answer any questions you might have and to provide voter registration forms, to ensure that you are allowed to vote in the upcoming elections and postal voting forms to make sure that you never miss out on the chance to vote, even if you are busy on the day.
From all of the Citizen’s Drop In team, we warmly look forward to meeting you and discussing how we can make our democracy flourish.
If you have any questions please email us.