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Citizens Project

Citizens Project

800 years in the making

A New History of Liberty Online

Citizens is a three year project that launched in January 2017 to explore, research, share and map the history of liberty, protest, rebellion and reform from Magna Carta to the Suffragettes and beyond.

Supported by the Historical Association, the History of Parliament Trust, the Parliamentary Archives and others, we aim to create a rich new digital hub of online learning resources aimed at GCSE and A Level students.


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