Harry Carter, Member of Youth Parliament for Sheffield
A contract between the Department for Education and BYC to enable young people to influence public decision making.
Pilot initiative supporting young people to hold inquires into issues that young people care about to influence policies.
Young people working with Government to ensure that young people's views and needs are taken into account.
Provides opportunities for 11-18 year-olds to use their voice in creative ways to bring about social change.
Local youth councils are forums that represent the views of young people at a local level.
A body that gives directly-elected young mayors the chance to support each other and come together.
A group of MPs and Peers in Parliament who share an interest in the issues that affect young people.
The vtwentyfour/24 programme is a volunteer scheme for NEET young people aged 16-19 .
Work with young leaders in faith organisations to strengthen youth voice.
NHS England has officially launched a brand new Youth Forum. Comprising 20 Young People recruited from all over the country and linked in to a Facebook network of many more young people, the forum aims to provide a voice for young people.