Four Colman Getty’s Campaigning team was thrilled to be working with the public engagement team at House of Commons once again on this year’s Parliament Week.Parliament Week is an annual programme of events that aims to help more people feel connected with Parliament and democratic life, and to inform them about how they can take part and make their voices heard. This year the theme for the week was Women in Democracy and events included panel discussions of women in leadership, guided walks around the suffragette sites of Manchester, Young People’s Question Time and talks by women from across public life.Speakers throughout the week included Mariella Frostrup, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, Mary Beard, Ronke Phillips, Thusha Kamaleswaran, Jenny Sealey MBE and Cush Jumbo with Baroness Young of Hornsey acting as spokesperson.The week received 2269 pieces of coverage including 26 national pieces, 183 regional pieces and 13 broadcast interviews. Highlights included BBC Democracy Live, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, The London Evening Standard, Time Out and The Londonist.Four Colman Getty also worked to organised an event with The Daily Telegraph’s Wonder Women section. Four Colman Getty worked closely with the Women’s Editor to host the event in the Telegraph offices and secure a panel to discuss women in politics. Four Colman Getty secured MPs Yvette Cooper and Dr Sarah Wollaston as well as ITV News’ Lucy Manning and leadership expert Jenny Garrett. The event was a great success, sparking lively debate and resulting in some great coverage on The Daily Telegraph.