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Portsmouth, City

« Portsmouth, City » takes part in the European Local Democracy Week - a paneuropean event coordinated by the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe - as « Partner city »

Takes part in the ELDW with the aim of:

Better involve citizens in public life and interacte with local authorities

Improve social cohesion and respect of the others in the community

How did you know about ELDW ?

We've been involved for the past few years.

Portsmouth is the second largest city in the ceremonial county of Hampshire on the south coast of England. Portsmouth is notable for being the United Kingdom's only island city; it is located mainly on Portsea Island and is a significant naval port of England.

The city is administered by Portsmouth City Council, a unitary authority.It is divided into two parliamentary constituencies, Portsmouth South and Portsmouth North. The city council is made up of 42 councillor.

Partner(s) :

University of Portsmouth, local schools, Parliamentary Outreach Team and European Outreach Team

ELDW citizens participation activity

Young People's Debate

Council Chamber
From 09/10/2012 to 09/10/2012

Radio Question Time

Kingston Prison
From 15/10/2012 to 15/10/2012

Full Council Meeting

Council Chamber, Guildhall Square
From 16/10/2012 to 16/10/2012

University Debates

Park Building, PK 1.23 (University of Portsmouth)
From 16/10/2012 to 17/10/2012

Great Debates Schools!

Council Chamber, Guildhall Square
From 18/10/2012 to 18/10/2012

How Parliament Works?

Menuhin Theatre, Central Library, Portsmouth
From 18/10/2012 to 18/10/2012

"How Europe Works"

Menuhin Theatre, Central Library
From 18/10/2012 to 18/10/2012

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205100 inhabitants