UK Youth Parliament marks International Youth Day with the largest consultation of young people’s views in the country. Everyone aged 11-18 years old is invited to ‘Make their Mark’ on the ballot to shortlist what is debated in the House of Commons by the Youth Parliament on 11th November 2016. The ballot will contain 10
Over the last 10 months, the British Youth Council staff team have been working to create a new website for The British Youth Council. A new website that represents the many programmes we manage and the key issues we’re campaigning on.
Make Your Mark ballot is the UK Youth Parliament's annual ballot of young people. The ballot decides what Members of the UK Youth Parliament should debate in the House of Commons and vote on to be their campaign for 2017.
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