Eastminster sixth form politics blog competition – general election 2015

Eastminster sixth form politics blog competition – general election 2015

We’ve holding a sixth former politics blog post competition.  Find out more below.

Eastminster is including a range of posts on the General Election from our own researchers, students and other experts in the run up to the 2015 general election.  We are now inviting sixth form students to submit a post to the blog on any topic relating to the general election.  The entries will be reviewed and the winning post will be published online.

The winner will also receive a cheque for £50 and the opportunity to interview Charles Clarke.  This interview will also be posted online on Eastminster.

  • Posts should be between 500-1000 words in length.  However, we would also accept a video post or photograph/piece of art.
  • The deadline for entries is midday on 23rd April 2015
  • Entries should be emailed to Toby James.
  • Please provide your full name and address of your Sixth Form with your application.
  • The posts will be judged by Dr. Toby James.
  • The topic of the post is up to the student so long as it is related to the election.  They may wish to consider writing on:
    • Why don’t people vote elections?  What can be done?
    • How should the next education secretary reform education in the UK?
    • What strategy should the next government take to Iraq/Syria?

Good luck and please share the word!  Please email Toby James with any questions,

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