Young People's Question Time 2016

Give young people a Head start !

Here's how you can help

For five years we have given hundreds of young people from all over the country the opportunity to hold their representatives in Westminster to account at our annual Young People’s Question Time

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Since 2011 demand has rocketed. Schools from harder to reach areas are travelling to London, teachers are bringing more students and many more are particpating online

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We want to develop the event to match this growing excitement.

Here's a peek at what we have planned

  • A much larger and better equipped venue in Westminster

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  • A travel subsidy for schools and students with financial difficulty

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  • Access to better technology so young people across the UK can watch and participate online

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  • Fringe meetings for young people who want to learn more about getting involved in politics

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Here's how you can help

  • Make a donation below to help make Young People’s Question Time 2016 bigger and better.

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  • Become a corporate sponsor and be part of an exciting initiative that inspires young people to get involved in our democracy.

    Get in touch to learn more: Email | Tel: 0207 710 6080

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Why Young People's Question Time matters

People who have participated in political activity at school age are much more likely to become democratically engaged when they’re older

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