On Tuesday 3rd March 2015, British Youth Council (BYC) launches its General Election manifesto and video, and reveals some findings from its new YouGov UK wide poll, which show 2 out of 3 young voters aged 18-24 have yet to decide who definitely to vote for.
This year's Youth Parliament election has seen 11,344 young people aged 11 to 18 cast their vote across Northern Ireland, surpassing any previously established record and taking their opportunity to vote and decide who will represent them and campaign on the issues they feel are important.
Each month we invite youth representatives, including Members of Youth Parliament (MYPs), Deputy Members of Youth Parliament (DMYPs), Youth Councillors, Young Mayors and Deputy Young Mayors to share their stories of the positive activities they have been engaging in recently.
Political and Constitutional Reform Committee have called for the Government to introduce online voting and 16 and 17 year olds to vote in all public elections following evidence submitted earlier this year by The British Youth Council.
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