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Government Changes to Voter Registration

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BAME: Civic Leadership Programme

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General Election 2015: Hustings in Lee, 30 April

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The way we all register to vote has changed. ‘Individual Electoral Registration’ is a new system being introduced to make  voter registration more secure and enable online registration. Individuals now rather than households need to register to vote and the evidence so far suggests lots of people have ‘dropped off’ the register, especially younger people. For the first time, you …

Operation Black Vote works to bring greater racial justice and equality in the UK. Part of their mission involves encouraging greater civic involvement from Black and Minority Ethnicity (BME) communities. Civic Leadership Programme: Operation Black Vote works in partnership with Lewisham Council, allowing participants to observe various roles of civic leadership and learn about the …

Organised by Caroline Wheeler a Lee resident, these hustings will feature all the candidates standing for election for the Lewisham East seat. Please see poster for full list of confirmed candidates. Date: Thursday 30 April 2015 Time: 7.30 for 8pm start Location: The Good Shepherd, Handen Road, SE12 Contact Twitter: @MummysginFund Web:

Are you registered to vote? Are you sure? Now that people have to register to vote individually instead of allowing one person to sign up an entire household, nationally thousands of people are ‘falling off’ the Electoral Register, with students and young people particularly affected. Voter registration initiatives are stepping up efforts to ensure people do not lose their right to vote …