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Full title: The English-Speaking Union Grant Application: My Magna Carta: The Constitutional Voice of Tomorrow

Following the ESU and Royal Holloway Competition, My Magna Carta , the ESU will collate the winning entries to produce a digital resource entitled, My Magna Carta: The Constitutional Voice of Tomorrow . This online resource will showcase the constitutional ideas of young people from around the world, suitable for the 21st Century. The competition’s 14 continent winners will have their Magna Carta’s reproduced in full, together with other shortlisted entries commended by the judging panel. This online resource will also include clips from October’s Grand Final, as well as interviews with the finalists and comments from the judges. We hope that this resource will encourage young people around the world to engage with the ideas of democracy, rights and liberties, and foster a deeper understanding of constitutional history.

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Magna Carta, or as it is properly called the Great Charter of Liberty, was born on 15 June 1215 at Runnymede when King John – Bad King John as he is more commonly known – was persuaded to accede to a number of demands made...

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