During their evidence on 3rd July, Ministers took the opportunity to identify where the Youth Select Committee could contribute to Government policy. In response to a question from the Chair about how its report might inform and influence Minister Alistair Burt MP, Minister for Community and Social Care, suggested “How we keep children and young people
Young representatives from across the UK will be questioning two Government Ministers as part of their inquiry into mental health, focussing on awareness, education and the current services on offer for young people. Seeing is believing – the proceedings are broadcast live on BBC Democracy Live with the Ministers appearing on BBC Parliament from 4pm-5pm.
The Youth Select Committee is conducting an inquiry into mental health, focussing on awarness, education and the current services on offer for young people. The committee will be holding its first oral evidence session in the Thatcher Room in Portcullis House on Friday 26th June 2015. The Youth Select Committee is a British Youth Council initiative,
The Youth Select Committee today announces a new inquiry into mental health, to explore issues around awareness, education and services for young people (under 25) and is calling for evidence from a wide range of witnesses, including experts, parliamentarians and young campaigners. The Youth Select Committee (YSC) is a British Youth Council initiative, supported by the House of
Just before Parliament was dissolved last week, the British Youth Council (BYC) received the formal response of the Government to its Youth Select Committee report – “Lowering the Voting Age to 16”. The full response was in a letter from Sam Gyimah MP, Minister for the Constitution. The original youth-led enquiry took place last year