Campaigners Make an Impact in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Teachers' notes

Discover how the people of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire have campaigned for change and made a difference locally, nationally and internationally. From members of the public to Members of Parliament, let remarkable people from our region's history inspire you to make a change.

 

This resource has been produced by museums and archives in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire as part of Campaign! Make an Impact.

 

Campaign! Make an Impact is an innovative initiative that uses history to inspire young people into active citizenship. This is a national programme led by the British Library in partnership with the MLA Council and funded through the DCMS/DfE Strategic Commissioning Programme.

 

Curriculum Links:

KS2/KS3 Citizenship, History, Literacy, Local Studies
This cross-curricular programme uses historical campaigns to inspire and teach campaign skills, enabling children and young people to run their own campaigns about issues that affect them today.


 

Find our how to run a Campaign! Make an Impact project at the British Library's dedicated website (see Related Links below).




 
Document icon Learning article provided by: Hull Maritime Museum |  Wilberforce House, Hull |  Dales Countryside Museum |  North Yorkshire County Record Office |  Campaign! Make an Impact |  The Peace Museum |  North Lincolnshire Museum | 

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