Thank you to everyone who entered last week’s competition - we were very happy to see how many of you had been inspired by our experts. Our winners are:
meticulous_twilight of Birchwood C of E Primary School, who explained how Peter Tatchell had inspired them to always think independently
versatile_lime of Hammond Junior School, who said that Monique Bouffe had made them see protests differently.
Well done for such great explanations, both of you.
This half-term we have shared your questions with some of the very best experts on protest. For this week’s competition, we would like you to catch up with what they had to say before showing off your listening skills by letting us know what you think!
Take a look at how our experts answered your questions by clicking on their names:
Peter Tatchell, human rights campaigner and Director of the Peter Tatchell Foundation
Indigo Rumbelow, part of the campaigns team at Extinction Rebellion
Rob Harrison, co-founder and co-editor of Ethical Consumer magazine
Monique Bouffé, Advice and Information Officer at human-rights group Liberty
Kajal Odedra, author and Executive Director of Change.org UK
Answer the question:
Which of our experts did you find to be the most inspirational and why?
The best entries this week will be well-explained and include examples about how you have been inspired. For example, have you been inspired to support a cause? Or is there now something you’d like to speak out about?
You could structure your competition entry a little bit like this:
I think the most inspirational expert from this Issue was (insert expert here). They were the most inspirational for me because (insert reason here). They have inspired me to (insert what you’d like to do here).
The deadline for entries is Friday February 12th at midday. PLEASE ENTER ONLY ONCE and make sure your work is your own. Good luck!