The British Youth Council condemns the racism and hate crimes against immigrants that have surfaced in recent days following the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. The British Youth Council has a history of campaigning to challenge racism and promote inclusion, diversity and equality.
British Youth Council calls for a big youth vote turnout in the EU referendum today. Whatever side you are on, if help to achieve a high turnout amongst younger voters, then you will strengthen yours and our mandate to be heard in a post-referendum world. We know that older people appear to have more influence because they have a higher turnout at elections. So when we vote more - we ll get more #votepower.
The British Youth Council today called for all 18-25 years to turnout and vote for youth, especially the undecided, to vote on behalf of those under eighteen who want to vote but cannot.
The British Youth Council’s Chief Executive, James Cathcart is to leave the organisation by the end of the year. The news is announced today to allow plenty of time to prepare a transition plan to ensure a smooth handover to his successor.
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