What can MPs do to engage with young people?
Join Natascha Engel MP and young people at a Breakfast Briefing in Westminster on Wednesday October 25, 2007 9am 10am
The Respect? Advisory Group will discuss the campaign’s successful work in conjunction with the British Youth Council and YouthNet in challenging stereotypes of young people. They will also talk about their research into how MPs could better engage with young people. Natascha Engel MP will respond to the young people’s findings and discuss what MPs can do to engage with young people in their constituencies.
Who should attend: Voluntary and statutory organisations with an interest in promoting youth democracy
Where: Committee Room 16, House of Commons via St. Stephens Entrance
Organised by: The Democracy Coalition for Children and Young People
If you would like to attend please RSVP: email@example.com
The Democracy Coalition for Children and Young People (DCCYP) is an alliance of non-governmental, voluntary and statutory organisations, who work together to increase children and young people’s participation in our democracy. See www.democracycoalition.co.uk for more information on our members and work. The DCCYP is supported in its work by the Ministry of Justice.
The Hansard Society is an independent, non-partisan educational charity, which exists to promote effective parliamentary democracy. The Hansard Society’s Citizenship Education Programme works with young people through schools and colleges to educate and inform them about parliamentary democracy and develop innovative ways to involve them in participatory democratic activities. The Hansard Society is a member of The Democracy Coalition for Children and Young People.