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Share the stories of Parliament

Published date: 27 Feb 2020

People want to be informed about issues that affect them, but in many cases they are not aware about how to participate in the democratic process.

People sit in the Press Gallery within Parliament's debating chamber watching Youth Parliament. Enlarge image

Source: Office of the Clerk

Actions

  1. Parliament is the first to inform about what is happening here (protests, petitions delivered, events, visitors).
  2. Create more physical and online opportunities for the public to understand the process.
  3. Provide relevant information about the value of the Inter-Parliamentary Relations programme, particularly the development work in the Pacific and New Zealand’s role as a international citizen.
  4. Keep the public in the loop from the beginning to the end of the process.
  5. Tell the story of Parliament, offer an alternative to Question Time which currently gets the most public attention.
  6. Make the Parliament website the “go to” source of New Zealand parliamentary information and news.