About Picturing Democracy
Take part in Picturing Democracy - the Parliament Week Photo Project.
Today’s democracy has been shaped by people and places all over the UK. For Parliament Week 2011 we want to record as many of these as possible, and we need your help.
What does a picture of democracy look like?
That is open to individual interpretation but it be could be a photo of a place near to you where an important event that shaped democracy in the UK has taken place, or one which has been shaped by democracy. It could be a building, a statue or a monument (or anything else) that commemorates an historical event or person that contributed to the development of democracy, or an image that represents a modern story of democracy in UK.The only restriction is that pictures should be of something other than the Houses of Parliament itself.
Submitting a photo
Photos can be taken on digital cameras or mobile phones. They can be submitted in colour, sepia or in black and white and can be enhanced to make the picture brighter, clearer etc, but not manipulate the content.
We also ask that photos are submitted with a short paragraph, identifying the subject of the photograph and its democratic significance.
For more information about our terms and conditions go to our group rules page.
This is a public group.
- View the group rules.
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