Would you like to have your say and join the YNCB Advisory Group?
It is crucial for our country to negotiate the best deal possible. We must move forward as a nation. A nation undivided.
The Guardian is running a work placement scheme on journalism over the summer for people with disabilities aged 18+. It looks like a fab opportunity for anyone who wants to become a journalist or a better writer.
What is U-Report? U-Report is an anonymous messaging service that lets you and your friends speak out on issues that matter. Sign up through Facebook or Twitter and we'll send you a new question every week. What’s your opinion? Share it with us then watch live results to see what young people around the country are thinking on the U-Report UK website. Your voice matters! U-Report is run by Unicef UK, the world’s largest children’s organisation. It’s free, easy to use, and completely anonymous – so you can say what you really think. Anyone aged 13 or over can join U-Report.
If you think schools and colleges are important in your wellbeing, and the wellbeing of other young people, take a look at this opportunity.
For the week before the general election we’ll be running a campaign across all of the NCB social media channels which raises awareness of the importance of listening to children and young people in the run-up to the election. To do this, we’re collating a ‘bank’ of quotes, blogs, videos and memes which will capture the issues that are important to you. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE help us to ensure that young people are being listened to by sending us some content that we can use as part of the campaign. This could be a quote which says: