Manifesto

🙌 Rights Here, Right Now 🙌

One of our key manifesto asks is to promote #KnowledgeOfRights including the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) 🤔 We are working with other organisations to host an event for young people to discuss and learn more about the recent concluding observations and recommendations from the UN Committee on the Rights of the...

Youth Manifesto

Youth Manifesto for Change demands voice for young people at Stormont The new Stormont administration should appoint a Minister for Youth to ensure young people’s issues are listened to and acted in Northern Ireland. That was one of the key demands of the Youth Manifesto for Change launched on April 14th by the Northern Ireland Youth Forum (NIYF) based on...

Youth Manifesto 

As the Elections near NIYF would suggest that now is a great time to remind our politicians of the issues that matter to young people. The Youth Congress has developed its own manifesto and we are asking that election hopefuls take notice of the issues for young people. Our question to them is ‘what can you offer...

Youth Manifesto

Youth Manifesto  As Election time nears NIYF would suggest that now is a great time to remind our politicians of the issues that matter to young people. The Youth Congress have developed their own manifesto and we are asking that election hopefuls take notice of the issues for young people. Our question to them is ‘what can you...

Participation of the Isles

This weekend the NI Youth Forum is leading a 3 day 'Participation seminar' entitled 'Participation of the Isles'. The event brings together 30 young people from across England, Scotland, Wales, Rep. of Ireland and N. Ireland. The Young people aged 14- 18 will participate in a range of discussions, workshops, visits and activities that enable...

Recruitment for Members of the UK Youth Parliament

UKYP – What’s It All About? UKYP enables young people to use their energy and passion to change the world for the better. Run by young people for young people, UKYP provides opportunities for 11–18 year–olds to use their voice in creative ways to bring about social change. [sws_divider_basic] How does UKYP work? The UK Youth Parliament has 600 elected...