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Have Your Say

Listening to Young People
Birmingham City Council has promised to listen to the views, ideas and opinions of young people, and is developing lots of ways of doing it. Young People have already identified issues such as homelessness, drugs, bullying, transport and leisure provision as some of the things they would like to discuss with politicians and other decision-makers.

Some issues may be local to your street or neighbourhood, some may affect all young people in Birmingham, some will even be globally important. Whichever it is, the Youth Service, along with others, is keen to hear your views and is developing various ways of involving you.

Your views now!
Below are a number of ways that young people can make their voices heard in the city:

Local Forums and Projects
What's going on in your area designed to give young people a voice? Contact your local area office to find out about local youth forums and participation projects.

Voice is Power
Birmingham Children and Young People’s Parliament is a citywide forum for children and young people in Birmingham. Its for anyone living in Birmingham aged under 19.

The UK Youth Parliament
(UKYP) aims to give a voice to young people in the UK between the ages of 11 and 18, which will be heard and listened to by local and national government, providers of services for young people and other agencies who have an interest in the views and needs of young people.

Information about Birmingham's Members of the Youth Parliament is on the council's learning web site:Birmingham Grid for Learning

Youth Scrutiny Commitee
This group uses the Council's Scrutiny process to evaluate the engagement of young people in decision making processes within the Youth Services and in schools.