www.magnacarta800th.com Magna Carta 800 Briefing th February 2015 1 Outline of the Presentation 1. Magna Carta: Background & Objectives 2. Why Commemorate the Magna Carta? 3. Magna Carta 2015 Commemoration Governance 4. Key Achievements to Date 5. Highlight Events 2015 6.
Plans and Priorities for 2015 7. UK Government Support Requests 8. 15 June 2015 at Runnymede 9. Merchandise 2 Magna Carta - Background The original Great Charter was agreed by King John, 15 June 1215, when he acceded to barons and bishops demands to limit his powers, first sealed on 19 June 1215 and distributed throughout the land. The 1215 version of Magna Carta was revised several times in the 13th Century, reissued in 1216 after the death of King John, revised in 1217 and 1225.
The 1297 version was brought into English law, virtually unchanged from the 1225 version. There are 4 known surviving copies of the 1215 Magna Carta - at Lincoln (1) and Salisbury (1) Cathedrals and in London at the British Library (2). There are 13 known surviving later XIII C. copies Durham (1216) (1225), Hereford (1217), Oxford (1217x3) (1225), London (1225x2) (1297x2), Canberra, Australia (1297), Washington, DC, USA (1297). And another 6 (or 7?) of the 1300 Magna Cartas in the City of London, Durham Cathedral, Faversham Town Council, Oxford (2), and Westminster Abbey (and Society of Antiquaries in London as well). Making 24 in all we know of. 3 Commemoration Objectives The Objectives of the Magna Carta Trust were defined in its 1957 Charter as: the perpetuation of the principles of Magna Carta the preservation for reverent public use of sites associated with Magna Carta the commemoration triennially and on such other special occasions as shall be determined by the Trust, of the grant of Magna Carta, as the course of the constitutional liberties of all Englishspeaking peoples, and a common bond of peace between them
The Trusts Statement of Objectives for the 800th Anniversary, agreed by unanimous vote of Trustees at its 5 October 2009 meeting: To co-ordinate the 800th Centenary Celebrations of the sealing of the Magna Carta To co-ordinate the upgrading of the Magna Carta Memorial on the Runnymede site To ensure that all appropriate interests as determined by the Trustees are able to input ideas and suggestions into the Steering Groups deliberations To ensure that Trustees can provide a strategic lead in determining the nature and scope of the celebrations on a national and international basis To determine costing and potential sources of funding To develop a communications strategy to inform the media and all other interests of the Trusts initiatives To consider what the legacy of the 2015 celebrations shall be To report regularly to the Trustees on progress To coordinate the plans and activities of the local committees (added at the following Trust 4 meeting) Magna Carta Matters: Englands greatest export:
Foundation stone of the liberties enjoyed by hundreds of millions of people in more than 100 countries It has influenced constitutional thinking worldwide in over 100 countries; as well as the UN Declaration of Human Rights Due process: Denials of Magna Cartas basic principles have led to a loss of liberties and human rights and even genocide in many countries for centuries Enshrined the rule of law in English society No one is above the law: Limited the power of authoritarian rule Justice delayed is justice denied: Paved the way for trial by jury No taxation without representation:
Linked taxation to democratic government, the theme of the American revolution The English Church shall be free: Proclaimed core religious liberties The 800th anniversary of Magna Carta is an occasion to deepen the understanding of the crucial role it has played in our development It is a time to commemorate the individual rights we enjoy today. It is an opportunity to strengthen human rights around the world 5 2015 Commemoration Committee Magna Carta Trust Members: Rt Hon the Lord (John) Dyson (Chair, Magna Carta Trust); Sir Robert Worcester KBE DL (Deputy Chairman, Magna Carta Trust; Chair, Magna Carta 2015 800 th Anniversary Committee); Very Rev Philip Buckler (Dean, Lincoln); Colin Carmichael (CEO, Canterbury City Council); Mrs Margaret Charlesworth (St Edmundsbury); Ron Freeman (Pilgrims Society); Rt Hon the Lord (David) Howell of Guildford (Commonwealth Society); Robert Kahn (Law Society); Dame Mary Richardson DBE (Chairman, English-Speaking Union); Lewis L Neilson (Chancellor, National Society Magna Charta Dames and Barons); Stephen Zack (Chairman, ABA Magna Carta 2015 800 th Anniversary Committee; Past President, ABA). Co-opted Committee Members: Danielle Alexandra; Frank Baldwin (Battlefields Trust); Tony Badger; Julia Bateman (Global Law Summit); Joe Beckett (HCL); Professor Robert Blackburn (Kings College London); James Blake (St Albans); Desmond Browne QC (Bar Council); Andrew
Caplen (Law Society); Laura Caton (Local Government Association); former MCT Hon Treasurer Stuart Cawthorne; Cllr Helyn Clack (Surrey); Liz Clarke (Temple Church); Martin Clutterbuck (UK Metric Association); John Collier (Salisbury); Cllr Derek Cotty (Runnymede); Edward Dawson (Battlefields Trust); Hugh Doherty (Oxford); Leslie Dubow (English-Speaking Union); Nic Durston (National Trust); Seif El Rashidi (Salisbury); Leanne Fallin (US Embassy); Peter Farr (Rt Hon the Lord Dysons Office); Laurence Fiddler (Ministry of Justice); Professor Justin Fisher (Brunel); Nick Fluck (Law Society); Corinne Galloway (Houses of Parliament); Mark Gill (Executive Director); John Gillespie (British Council); Peter Gold (Local Government Association); Jeffrey Golden (ABA); Leslie Good (St Albans); Daniel Goodwin; Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP; The Rev Robin Griffith-Jones (Temple Church); Dr Elizabeth Hallam-Smith (House of Lords); Tony Halmos (City of London); Simon Higman (RHUL); Simon Hughes MP (MoJ); Jacqui Ibbotson (Oxford); Keith Johnston; Dr Emm Johnstone (RHUL); Jo Jones (Canterbury); Dr. Robert Key (Salisbury); Alex King (Kent) (Treasurer); Eleanor Laing MP; Barbara Lewis (University of the Third Age); Caterina Loriggio (Houses of Parliament); Charles C. Lucas, Jr (Baronial Order of Magna Charta); Sir Nicholas Macpherson KCB (HM Treasury); Dan Magraw (ABA); Gerard McDermott (ABA); Sophie McIvor (British Library); Michael McKay (HCL); Scott McKendrick (British Library); Rt Hon the Lord (Tom) McNally; Councillor Hugh Meares (Runnymede); David Michnal (Baronial Order of Magna Charta); Caroline Miller (US Embassy); Peter Milton (Surrey County Council); Glyn Morgan (Hereford); Olivia Nelson (National Trust); Anthony Northey (Notaries Society); Susan Osborn (Notaries Society); Richard Ovenden (Oxford); Alice Pearson (Inner Temple); Dr Dan Plesch (Our Democratic Heritage); Rev Canon Christopher Pullin (Hereford); John Pullinger (House of Commons); Alice Richmond (ABA MC Committee); Geoff Rivers (St Edmundsbury); Steve Roberts (English-Speaking Union); Jane Robinson (Durham); Len and Suzy Rodness (Magna Carta Canada); David Ruffley MP; Professor Nigel Saul (Royal Holloway, University of London); Lucy Scott-Montcrieff (Law Society); Paul Seaward (History of Parliament); Adrian Sharpe (Sharpe Lankester); Geri Silverstone (National Trust); David Sleight (Lincoln); Sarah Smith (Law Society); Greg Spring (Coins & Stamps SubCommittee); Cllr Paul Tuley (Runnymede); MCT Hon Sec Paul Turrell (Runnymede); Bob Vivian (Baronial Order of Magna Charta); Sarah Walsh (Runnymede); Harvey Watson (Battlefields Trust); Scott Wilson (Magna Carta 800 th Commemoration); Nick Wood-Dow (Chelgate). 6 2015 Advisory Board Members of the 800th Advisory Board: Former Heritage Lottery Fund Dame Jenny Abramsky; Graham Allen MP; Rt Hon Lady Justice Arden DBE; Former Lord Mayor of London Michael Bear; Speaker, House of Commons Rt Hon John Bercow MP; Former Home Secretary Rt Hon David Blunkett MP; Former Chief of Defence Staff, Lord Warden and Admiral of the Cinque Ports, President, Pilgrims Society, Admiral Lord (Michael) Boyce GCB OBE DL; US Supreme Court Justice Professor Stephen Breyer; Former Chief Executive British Library Dame Lynne Brindley DBE; Chairman Law Society Andrew Caplen; Chief Executive Officer, HCL AXON , HCL Technologies, Steven Cardell; Former Foreign Secretary Rt Hon Lord (Peter) Carrington KG CH GCMG MC; Rt Rev Lord Bishop of London Richard Chartres; Lord Chancellor Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke QC MP; Supreme Court Justice of the United Kingdom Rt Hon Lord (Tony) Clarke; Chairman, History of Parliament Trust Lord (Patrick) Cormack; Lord Speaker Baroness (Frances) DSouza; Former Shadow Home Secretary Rt Hon David Davis MP; British Council Chairman Sir Vernon Ellis; Chairman of Magna Carta
Committee of Australia Air Chief Marshal David Evans; Former Lord Chancellor Rt Hon Lord (Charlie) Falconer QC; Former Chair of the Arts Council England Dame Liz Forgan DBE; Private Secretary to HM Rt Hon Sir Christopher Geidt KCVO; Dr Hamid Ghany, University of West Indies; National Trust Director-General Dame Helen Ghosh; Former UK Attorney-General Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP; Loyd Grossman (Heritage Alliance); Foreign Secretary Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP; Former Lord Speaker Rt Hon Baroness (Helene) Hayman; Former Leader of the House of Lords Rt Hon Lord (Jonathan) Hill of Oareford CBE; University of Virginia Professor A E Dick Howard; ABA President William Hubbard; Former Chairman English-Speaking Union Rt Hon Lord (David) Hunt of Wirral; Former Lord Chancellor Rt Hon Lord (Alexander) Irvine of Lairg; Former Private Secretary to HM The Queen Rt Hon Lord (Robin) Janvrin; Chairman of the National Trust Sir Simon Jenkins; Former Home Secretary Rt Hon Alan Johnson MP; Rt Hon Dame Tessa Jowell DBE MP; Lady (Barbara) Judge CBE; Former Lord Chief Justice Rt Hon the Lord (Igor) Judge; Sheriff for the City of London Alderman Sir Paul Judge; US Senator Tim Kaine; Chairman Bar Council Nicholas Lavender QC; Former Lord Chancellor Rt Hon Lord (James) Mackay of Clashfern; Former Chairman Royal Commonwealth Society Sir Peter Marshall; Permanent Secretary HM Treasury Sir Nicholas Macpherson KCB; Former Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Former Chair of the Commonwealth Hon Patrick Manning; Former Deputy Secretary Commonwealth Secretariat Mmasekgoa Masire-Mwamba; Home Secretary Rt Hon Teresa May MP; Former First Secretary of Wales Rhodri Morgan; Former Director of the National Archives Oliver Morley; His Eminence Cardinal (Vincent) Nichols; Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Former Chair of the Commonwealth Hon Mrs Kamla Persad-Bissessar; Former Chairman Equal Opportunity Commission Trevor Philips; UK Supreme Court Justice Rt Hon Lord (Nicholas) Phillips of Worth Matravers; Rt Hon Baroness (Usha) Prashar of Runnymede; Former Home Secretary Rt Hon the Lord Reid of Cardowan; Len and Suzy Rodness, Magna Carta Canada; Former Chairman English-Speaking Union Dame Mary Richardson DBE; Sir John Ritblat; Secretary-General International Bar Association Mr David W Rivkin; Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt Jr; Chairman of Carlyle Group and Magna Carta private owner David Rubenstein; Former Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks, Chairman of the Charity Commission William Shawcross, Former Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, now Chairman Environment Agency Rt Hon Lord (Chris) Smith of Finsbury, Former Lord Chancellor, Minister for Justice and Home Secretary, Rt Hon Jack Straw MP; Hungarian Ambassador to the UK Peter Szabadhegy; Lord Chief Justice Rt Hon Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd; Former Director-General of the BBC Mark Thompson; Professor of Medieval History, University of East Anglia Professor Nicholas Vincent; Former Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Cabinet Minister Lord (William) Waldegrave of North Hill PC; GovNet CEO Jo Walsh; Former International Chair, English-Speaking Union, Lord (Alan) Watson of Richmond CBE; Dean of Canterbury The Rt Rev Robert Willis, Lord Mayor Fiona Woolf; Former Chairman Magna Carta Trust Rt Hon Lord (Harry) Woolf; Former Lord Mayor Sir David Wootton; Marymount College Professor Kenton Worcester; Former Chief Executive of the Charity Commission Sam Younger and Former President of the American Bar7 Association and Chairman of ABA Magna Carta Committee Stephen Zack. Lettermans Questions Q. Where was Magna Carta signed?
A. Nowhere it was sealed Q. Where was Magna Carta agreed? A. Runnymede Q. When was Magna Carta agreed? A. 15 June 1215 8 85% of adults and 60% of young people have heard of the Magna Carta Q) I am going to read out a list of some historical documents. Which, if any, of these have you heard of before this interview? 87% US Declaration of Independence 82% UN Declaration of Human Rights 73%
Domesday Book Magna Carta 57% 15% Codex Sinaiticus Textus Roffensis None of these 90% 89% 87% 60% King James Bible Lindisfarne gospels Total 18-24s 18-65+ 85% 70% 39%
13% 5% 2% Base: 1,005 GB adults, 20-24 October 2012 Source: Ipsos MORI / Magna Carta 800th 9 A quarter of those who have heard of Magna Carta know about it in some detail Q) As far as you know ...when was Magna Carta sealed? Chart Title 39.00 %Dont know 26.00 1215 / % 1200s Other answer/DK
...where in England ...which King agreed to was Magna Carta agreed? Magna Carta? Chart Title 25.00 % Chart Title 27.00 Runnymede 50.00 Dont % know Other answer/DK Base: 887 GB adults who have heard of Magna Carta, 20-24.10.2012 Dont 52.00 know % King %
John Other answer/DK Source: Ipsos MORI /Magna Carta 800 TH 10 Six in ten whove heard of Magna Carta know it guaranteed Rule of Law Q) Which, if any, of these rights do you think the Magna Carta guaranteed? 60% The Rule of Law 49% Trial by jury Democracy 38% 36% 35% 30% 25% 21% Freedom of speech
Basic human rights Freedom from arbitrary arrest Freedom of religion The right to vote Equal rights for women Nothing / none Dont know 9% 2% 12% Base: 887 GB adults who have heard of Magna Carta, 20-24 October 2012 Source: Ipsos MORI / Magna Carta 800th 11 Key Achievements To Date HM The Queen as Patron of the Magna Carta Trust St Albans 2013 Magna Carta weekend and Stakeholder meeting
Advisory Board, MC800th Committee and Sub Committees established Bury St Edmunds 2014 Sound & Light show and Stakeholder meeting 1 million grant announced by Chancellor Launch of Junior Lawyers in Schools programme Dedicated website established and social media activity ongoing Magna Carta Book (Nicholas Vincent) ABA Edition launched Launch of www.magnacartatrails.com
Telegraph as media partner; planning range of activities with the BBC TV and radio Wide range of stakeholders engaged, coordinating activities and aspirations The Great Charter play script written At least five music compositions planned (Cantata completed; Calypso, Medieval Anthem, Pop/Rock, Hip Hop) Agreement on international conferences (UK, USA, Eastern Europe and Caribbean) Conducted baseline survey of the British publics understanding of Magna Carta
Royal Mail Magna Carta stamps agreed for launch in June 2015 2 commemorative coin agreed Magna Carta Evensongs at Temple Church 12 133 DAYS TO G0! (from 1st Feb) www.magnacarta800th.com 13 Highlight Events 2015 Magna Carta Guildhall Dinner: 12th January 2015 Runnymede Magna Carta Commemorations: 15th June 2015 Library of Congress Exhibition, 4 November 2014 19 January 2015, Symposium 9 December 2014
Events across Magna Carta Towns 2015 British Library Exhibition, largest ever held, 13 March -1 September 2015 National and international conferences and symposiums UK, US, Eastern Europe, Caribbean, other countries First Day launch(es) and circulation of commemorative coins/stamps UK Supreme Court Exhibition, 1 August 30 September 2015 American Bar Association conferences, meetings and displays UK Parliament Exhibition, National Archives Events at Temple Church and Inns of Court, January 2015 British Library, Salisbury and Lincoln 1215 Magna Carta on display, also Durham, London, National Archives, Oxford, etc. 14 MC800ths Priorities for 2015 (1)
Continue co-ordination mechanisms for partners, e.g. monthly meetings Continue stakeholder outreach: next networking event in Feb 2015 Allocate remaining UK Government Grant Provide a strategic lead for the national and international communications of the anniversary, especially across social media Support key stakeholders hosting Magna Carta events in 2015 Continue to develop deeper ties with The Commonwealth, as directed by Her Majesty The Queen, and internationally
generally Promote MC800th website as core communications tool for 800th anniversary Manage UK Government's Grant (c.920,000 allocated to date) Respond to media enquiries and provide interviews, briefings, etc 15 MC800ths Priorities for 2015 (2) Finalise plan and delivery for key event at Runnymede on 15th June 2015
Support implementation of MC800 funded / supported projects (currently c.70) Organise Magna Carta Mock Trial Promote MC800th merchandise Support educational outreach, including promoting Magna Carta Chronicle Update and promote tourism, e.g. www.magnacartatrail.com Publish the Magna Carta international public opinion survey Promote and support Magna Carta
Citizenship ceremonies Guildhall Dinner and follow-up sponsorship Expand and promote Magna Carta Junior Lawyers project 16 Example international projects supported by MC800th ABA: Australia: Icon of Liberty under Law App Baronial Order: CLA: US Magna Carta scholarship & symposium Legacy of Magna Carta website Magna Carta exhibitions Ditchley:
International Magna Carta conference Dublin Cathedral: Magna Carta exhibition ESU: My Magna Carta international essay competition Hansard Society: Magna Carta scholarships Kings College: European Magna Carta seminar Lincoln University: International young persons symposium Poland Eastern European Symposium and Open Lecture Uni Francois-Rabelais: Franco-British Magna Carta conference Uni of Auckland: Magna Carta Committee and lecture series UWI: WAPOR: Lectures, seminars across the Caribbean International public opinion conference 17 MC800th International Survey (Results to be released in February) Public opinion survey in 23 countries Conducted in January 2015, using Ipsos Global Advisor survey tool Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, GB, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Romania, Russia, South Africa South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, USA Q1: Awareness of Magna Carta vs. Commonwealth Charter, International
Declaration of Democracy, UN Declaration of Human Rights and US Declaration of Independence plus 4 country-specific documents Q2: Awareness of which rights Magna Carta helped to guarantee Q3: Belief in which rights are must under threat in your country today 18 UK Government Support Requests Cabinet Briefing Funding to support major, international pageant: Runnymede, 15 June 2015 Specific aspirations:
Reception, Number 10 1 million announced in Budget 2014 2015 public holiday (PM not yet convinced) MC in the national curriculum (history and citizenship) MC facsimile and interpretation for students in 2015 (Education agreed) MC facsimile and interpretation for new citizens in 2015 (Home Office agreed) MC facsimile and interpretation for parents of babies born on 15 June 2015 MC-themed exhibitions at public libraries, civic centres, museums and libraries MC-themed concerts in universities and schools Promotion of Magna Carta Trail domestically and internationally (MoJ, DCMS, FCO) Ministerial promotion and engagement: Lectures and events: in London and across Magna Carta towns (Gove & Osborne agreed) UK Parliament: 2015 de Montfort & Magna Carta commemorations (Speakers) Commonwealth Nations: encouraging their own commemorations United Nations: campaign for Rule of Law Year in 2015
British Library, National Archives, Supreme Court ,Library of Congress involvement Liaison with opposite numbers in Commonwealth countries 19 State event on the morning of 15 June 2015 held on the meadow of Runnymede The Purposes of the Event To demonstrate that Magna Carta matters as the foundation stone supporting the freedoms enjoyed by millions of people in over 100 countries. To reaffirm the principles of Rule of Law, fair justice, equality and safety from the abuse of governmental or judicial power. To promote the vital importance of individual rights and to use the occasion to strengthen human rights globally. To give thanks to the events of 800 years ago in Runnymede and acknowledge the Great Charters impact on constitutional and democratic development ever since. 20 Magna Carta 800th Anniversary 15 June 2015 The Proposed Outline of the Day
Speeches by the Prime Minister and the Master of the Rolls Re-dedication of ABA memorial to Magna Carta Unveiling of a new Surrey County Council art commission Music and local arts programmes provided by local communities, universities, Temple Church and Parliament Choirs Up to 4,000 guests to be invited VIP luncheon courtesy Royal Holloway, University London (RHUL) 21 Merchandise 20 8 15 30 www.magnacarta800th.com/shop 23 6 www.magnacarta800th.com/shop 24
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