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Public engagement resources

This page includes public engagement resources that we have created for electoral registration staff and other organisations to use to engage members of the public in registration and voting.

If your organisation would like to utilise our May 2017 public awareness resources, please sign up to our voter registration newsletter, Roll Call, to be notified as soon as they are available.

You may also be interested to sign up to our EA Bulletin, which is a regular Bulletin distributed to electoral administrators, you can subscribe here.

Democratic engagement resources

The Cabinet Office has a range of democratic engagement resources for different groups of people and settings. They have been developed in collaboration with a number of national organisations. This includes Rock Enrol!, a resource pack containing four 45-minute interactive lessons that brings to life why young people should register to vote, and an easy-to-read guide to voting and registering to vote.

You can view the resources here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/democratic-engagement-resources


These leaflets explain how to register to vote and what happens to a person’s personal details when they register.

How to register to vote leaflet in different languages and formats


You can use these logo files in online and print communications to promote voter registration.

Each ZIP file includes colour and black and white versions of the logo in landscape and portrait. The Wales ZIP files include versions in English and Welsh.

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