Working of the Executives


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 In this course, fundamental areas of Democracy will be examined to see the vital roles they play in scrutinising the executive.

The separation of powers system is designed to distribute authority among several branches to preserve individual liberty in response to tyrannical leadership throughout history. The executive officer is not supposed to make laws (the legislature’s role) or interpret them (the part of the judiciary). The executive’s purpose is to enforce the law as written by the legislature and interpreted by the judicial system.

This comprehensive course covers our Bills & Legislation course units and our Policy Making & Social Media course. It maintains a heavy focus on what roles the executive has in modern politics and its influence within the government.

Course Content

  • Introduction to workings of the executive
  • Bills & legislation
  • Scrutinising bills
  • Debates on the parliamentary floor
  • Case study: prime minister’s questions

Learning Outcomes

  • Candidates will understand what role the executive has in modern politics
  • Understand the workings of the Houses of Parliament
  • Know the impact social media has on a modern-day politics and how it can scrutinise certain areas.

Event Details

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Start date: 4 March 2024

End date: 8 March 2024

Start time: 09:00 BST

End time: 17:00 BST

Venue: London, UK

Phone: '+44 1582 414 144


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