The Constitutional Centre of Western Australia was established to promote public awareness of our federal system of government with particular emphasis on its constitutional basis and the relationship with our State system.
Continue to book your school visits to the Centre over the summer holidays.
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CIVICS AND CITIZENSHIP - MASTERCLASS
Our first community engagement event for 2019 in conjunction with WA Electoral Education Centre, and Auspire will be held on Thursday February 7 ( 6 – 8pm) at the Constitutional Centre.
laws are madeThe Australian Constitution, how the Australian parliamentary system works and how
- The roles of the three levels of government
- How the voting system works and how to make your vote count
- What is active citizenship and how to participate in civic life in Australia
For registrations: https://auspire.org.au/events/
A review of the Constitutional Centre of Western Australia has recently been undertaken. For more information, visit the Department of the Premier and Cabinet’s website https://www.dpc.wa.gov.au/Publications/Pages/Constitutional-Centre-Review.aspx
Queries regarding constitutions for Associations and Clubs: