The British Youth Council is campaigning to encourage young people to join the debate, register to vote and turn-out in large numbers for the EU Referendum on 23rd June because "It's our future too!". But it calls on the campaigners (in or out) to do more to inspire and inform young voters.
The British Youth Council’s Youth Select Committee today announces a call for evidence on racism and religious discrimination. The Committee will explore issues around awareness, prevention, education and services for young people (under 25) and is calling for evidence from a wide range of witnesses including individuals and organisations, service providers, researchers and campaigners. Evidence from young people is particularly welcome.
The British Youth Council has announced that it will be campaigning to encourage young people to register to vote and turn-out in large numbers for the EU Referendum on 23rd June because “It’s our future too!”. Make sure you have a say in this historic referendum and register to vote
Young people aged 16 and 17 year olds will vote in Scottish Parliamentary elections and Scottish Local Council elections for the first time today (Thursday 5th May 2016). The British Youth Council and Votes at 16 Coalition are celebrating the historical moment as a landmark in the campaign for Votes at 16, but calls on the Government in Westminster and other devolved nations to make this an equal right in all elections in the UK.
The British Youth Council held it’s annual Youth Voice Leadership Development Programme at the Kingswood Centre in Doncaster last weekend. The three-day flagship residential, which took place from Friday 8th to Sunday 10th April 2016, saw over 200 youth representatives come together for a weekend of training aimed at supporting them in their leadership roles, in their communities