Chorlton High pupils join…. RiseVoiceVote

‘We were called militant, and we were quite willing to accept the name. We were determined to press this question of the enfranchisement of women to the point where we were no longer to be ignored by the politicians.’ Emmeline Pankhurst.  What makes for an effective campaign tool? Is it ever ok to break the law? These are some of the questions we’ve been exploring with young people in Manchester as part of the #RiseVoiceVote project with the Pankhurst Centre. Delighted pupils from Chorlton High School are participating in the project, their campaigns are developing well, can’t wait to see more at the ‘hackday’. #DeedsNotWords