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Introduction

We want to show young people that politics and democracy impacts everything around them. From how long they stay in education to the rules of renting, from 5G availability to how often bins are collected.

Discussing these topics, and encouraging young people to think about how they can make their voices heard, can help them to become engaged voters and citizens for years to come.

We want to provide young people with the knowledge and understanding they need to create change in their communities. We want to give them confidence to vote, and to understand that their vote matters. 

Tell us what you think about these resources in this short survey.

Introduction

We want to show young people that politics and democracy impacts everything around them. From how long they stay in education to the rules of renting, from 5G availability to how often bins are collected.

Discussing these topics, and encouraging young people to think about how they can make their voices heard, can help them to become engaged voters and citizens for years to come.

Right now, more people can vote in Scotland than ever before. 16 and 17 year olds can vote in Scottish Parliament and council elections. It doesn’t matter where they were born or what their nationality is, as long as they are a resident of Scotland. 

Tell us what you think about these resources in this short survey.

Introduction

We want to show young people that politics and democracy impacts everything around them. From how long they stay in education to the rules of renting, from 5G availability to how often bins are collected.

Discussing these topics, and encouraging young people to think about how they can make their voices heard, can help them to become engaged voters and citizens for years to come.

Right now, more people can vote in Wales than ever before. 16 and 17 year olds can vote in Senedd and local council elections. It doesn’t matter where they were born or what their nationality is, as long as they are a resident of Wales.

We want to provide young people with the knowledge and understanding they need to create change in their communities. We want to give them confidence to vote, and to understand that their vote matters.

Tell us what you think about these resources in this short survey.

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