A contract between the Cabinet Office and the British Youth Council to enable young people to influence public decision making.

Provides opportunities for 11-18 year-olds to use their voice in creative ways to bring about social change.

A body that gives directly-elected young mayors the chance to support each other and come together.

Partnership project supporting young people to hold inquiries into issues that young people care about to influence policies.

NHS England officially launched a brand new Youth Forum in 2014. 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.

The Youth Voice Groups were formed to get young people involved in government decision making. There are three main purposes to Youth Voice Groups project: advocacy, youth engagement, and accessibility.

The Young Leaders Collective is a group of young people working to develop the skills that will enable them to become leaders of social action.

The Bank of England Youth Forum is a platform for young people to discuss and influence the economic and financial matters of the UK.

A group of MPs and Peers in Parliament who share an interest in the issues that affect young people.

The group to brings together key voices from across Parliament to listen to evidence on the case for votes at 16.

The Work Experience Action Group is a group of young people aged 16-25 working to improve access to quality work experience and careers advice across England

Careers & Enterprise Company is appointing a Youth Advisory Group. Young people aged 14-25 will have the opportunity to shape and influence youth voice in the organisation.

Lifeskills is a free employability programme which helps young people aged 11-24 build the skills they need to move forward in the 21st century workplace.