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Liverpool City Region Youth Assembly

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Youth Focus                                                 

Youth Focus North West works with organisations and young people across the North West to support the development if young people’s voice in decisions making structures. Empowering young people to have a voice where it counts and enabling services to listen, creating a sense of agency.

If you want to find out more about the work we do or the opportunities available please go to: www.youthfocusnw.org.uk or contact info@youthfocusnw.org.uk

Halton Youth Cabinet                                                                      

Young people from across the area who live or go to school or college in Halton meet regularly to discuss, debate and engage with the issues that affect young people across the borough.

Youth Cabinet meetings take place twice a month in Runcorn and  Widnes and give young people a forum to get seen, heard and listened to.  We work closely with the local authority and local politicians to ensure that young people are involved in decision making at all levels.   Youth Cabinet can make a real impact and improve the lives of young people. If you want to be a part of the Youth Cabinet email enquiries@haltonyc.com or phone 01928 240406.

Are you aged 11-19 and live, are educated or work in Knowsley?

Knowsley Youth Cabinet meets once a month and gives young people a safe space to have their thoughts, views and opinions heard. Our aim is to make positive changes for young people and challenge local and national issues through campaign work. We have a passionate group of individuals who would love to welcome you to the team.

For more details contact:  0151 443 5323 or email helen.forshaw@youthmutual.co.uk

Liverpool Schools’ Parliament is an official Committee of Liverpool City Council and has been meeting since March 2001.

Schools in Liverpool, and sometimes beyond the city boundaries, are invited to send children and young people to its meetings and other events. These can be from Year 3 and above. LSP meets each half term as Lower House for those of primary school age and Upper House for those aged 11+ in Liverpool Town Hall

Over the years LSP has made much impact but main success has been the introduction of MY Ticket for those aged 5-18 living in Merseyside and Halton. This gives unlimited daily travel around the 6 boroughs for the cost of £2.20.

If your school would like to participate then please contact Jeff Dunn at jeff.dunn@si.liverpool.gov.uk

Sefton Youth Cabinet is a group of young people who are committed to empowering other young people, promoting their interests, getting their opinions heard and having key issues addressed.

We meet once a month for our Cabinet meeting at different places across Sefton, but we also get involved in lots of projects.

We welcome any young person who lives or is in education in Sefton and is aged 11 – 19years, or 25 if you need extra support.

If you would like to get involved then please contact Angie Robinson, angela.robinson@sefton.gov.uk

St Helens Youth Council is a group of young people who are committed to empowering other young people, promoting their interests, getting their opinions heard and having key issues addressed.

The group is changing the way they meet and are moving to a school-based system to ensure that it is inclusive to all. Schools are invited to send children and young people to its meetings & events.

We welcome any young person who lives or is in education in St Helens, and are aged 11 – 18years,
Other young people, especially those involved in specialist services can also be involved by registering on an online forum via the YAZ website. If you,or your school would like to get involved or would like more information then please contact NaziaNabi@sthelens.gov.uk

Wirral Youth Voice Group

Designed to empower young people, the group aims to support young people to have their voices heard within Wirral and is facilitated by the council’s Creative Youth Development team, Targeted Youth Support Service, who support young people in communicating through dance, drama, art and creative methods.

The Youth Voice Group is open to all young people aged 11 to 25 who live or are educated in Wirral. Meetings are held on a Monday evening from 5-6:30p.m.

On the last Tuesday of every month, from 6-7.30pm is the SEND Youth Voice Group, aged 13 upwards.

The meetings are based at Pilgrim St Arts Centre, 1 Pilgrim St, Birkenhead CH41 5EH. Contact selinewakerley@wirral.gov.uk or 0151 666 3707 for more information, or just turn up!

 

 

 

 

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