I AM Politics / 4 posts found

House of Parliament Christians on the Left Mentoring Programme Launch

by Carole Johnson
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I am delighted to be co facilitating this year long Christian mentoring programme of 20 incredible individuals who have political aspirations launched on 15th October 2018. Attended by Stephen Timms MP, Jonathan Reynolds MP, Rosie Duffield, Alex Cunningham, Marsha De Cordova MP, Eleanor Smith MP and many more who are supporting including last year’s intake. It was an honour to hear the personal journeys achieved in such a short period of time. I am especially looking forward to observing the development of this year’s intake as they also commence their exploration of the political arena…who knows …we could have a budding PM […]

Political Mentorship

by Carole Johnson
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  Christians in Politics Christians on the Left is proud to be part of Christians in Politics (CiPol), an all-party, non-denominational organisation which seeks to encourage and inspire Christians to get involved in politics and public life. While we are passionate about building a better society through involvement in left-sided politics, we recognise that we have many brothers and sisters in Christ who feel called to participate in other parties. We therefore work alongside our colleagues in the Conservative Christian Fellowship and the Liberal Democrat Christian Forum to promote Christian engagement across the political spectrum. » Please visit the Christians in Politics website to read more about the […]

One City Plan – Bristol

by Carole Johnson
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  One City Plan More than 150 business, public and voluntary sector leaders gathered at Ashton Gate Stadium to discuss the emerging vision for the Bristol: One City Plan. The One City Plan is an ambitious, collaborative approach to reach a shared vision for Bristol. The One City Plan will aim to use the collective power of Bristol’s key organisations to make a bigger impact by supporting partners, organisations and citizens to help solve key challenges such as driving economic growth for everyone. Building on the City Office, which was launched in 2016 by Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol, the […]

I AM Politics – Become a Councillor

by Caroler4u
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Become a councillor How to become a councillor and what your responsibilities will be Anyone can become a councillor if they represent themselves as an independent candidate.  You can also become a councillor if you’re a member of a political party. The majority of councillors represent a political party and they’re always looking for new candidates. If you want to know more then you should contact the party directly: Liberal Democrat Members’ Services Office: 0117 922 2757 Labour Members’ Services Office: 0117 922 3827 Conservative Members’ Services Office: 0117 922 2746 Green Party Members’ Services Office:  0117 352 6155 There’s […]