Catch21 Productions presents: Uni-Q
Uni-Q is a new online show - best described as ‘Question Time’ meets ‘The Sunday Night Project’ - providing a forum for 16-25 year olds to pose questions to MPs and other high profile figures
Tuesday 03 November 2009
Introducing an election special edition of the political show from the University of London Union, with Wes Streeting, Alan Belmore and Michael Rock taking part in a young leaders debate.
Created by a group of University of Hull politics graduates as a way to engage young people in politics, Uni-Q is the first programme of its kind to tour universities and colleges across the UK.
Scroll through the shows below including the University of London, University of Leeds, Southwark College London, Coleg Glan Hafren, University of East Anglia, University of Liverpool, University of Hull, Manchester University, Abbey College, Birmingham and North Bristol Post 16 Centre.
The programme is sponsored by The University of Hull, which also runs the prestigious Westminster Hull Internship Programme whereby politics students are offered the opportunity to work with an MP in Westminster for a semester.
For more information about the University of Hull visit hull.ac.uk .
About Catch 21
Catch21 Productions is a charitable production company which produces content to help engage young people in politics, democracy and community. For more information visit catch21.co.uk
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