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Resources for young people summary

Learn about what you can vote for, what to expect in elections, and how to cast your vote.

Pass on what you’ve learned to your friends and family so you can encourage as many people as possible to get involved, get informed, and use their vote.

Resources for young people summary

Learn about what you can vote for, what to expect in elections, and how to cast your vote. 

Pass on what you’ve learned to your friends and family so you can encourage as many people as possible to get involved, get informed, and use their vote.

Resources for young people summary

Learn about what you can vote for, what to expect in elections, and how to cast your vote.

Pass on what you’ve learned to your friends and family so you can encourage as many people as possible to get involved, get informed, and use their vote.

Resources for young people

Learn about what you can vote for, what to expect in elections, and how to cast your vote.

Pass on what you’ve learned to your friends and family so you can encourage as many people as possible to get involved, get informed, and use their vote.

Resources for young people content

Voting, democracy and politics can be confusing. Language can sometimes be unclear and old-fashioned. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed.

This section will help you to feel more confident and knowledgeable about elections, and how you can get involved in democracy.

Politics can feel difficult to talk about. There are a lot of different views on big and small issues. It could feel that you’re the only one who thinks a certain way and you might feel worried about sharing your opinions.

It’s easy to avoid talking about serious topics. However, the more we talk about them, the more we can learn and the bigger impact we can make.

When talking about politics and democracy, it’s always important to be respectful of other views. You might think differently to those around you, whether they are your parents or carers, siblings, or friends.

Remember to respect the person you’re speaking to and to listen to what they have to say too. It’s good to feel passionate about something and it’s important to treat people fairly.

Welcome to Your Vote – podcast by the Democracy Box

A podcast by young people at the Democracy Box, our youth voice partner for Wales, 2023.

Resources for young people content

Voting, democracy and politics can be confusing. Language can sometimes be unclear and old-fashioned. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed.

This section will help you to feel more confident and knowledgeable about elections, and how you can get involved in democracy.

Politics can feel difficult to talk about. There are a lot of different views on big and small issues. It could feel that you’re the only one who thinks a certain way and you might feel worried about sharing your opinions.

It’s easy to avoid talking about serious topics. However, the more we talk about them, the more we can learn and the bigger impact we can make.

When talking about politics and democracy, it’s always important to be respectful of other views. You might think differently to those around you, whether they are your parents or carers, siblings, or friends.

Remember to respect the person you’re speaking to and to listen to what they have to say too. It’s good to feel passionately about something and it’s important to treat people fairly.

Resources for young people content

Voting, democracy and politics can be confusing. Language can sometimes be unclear and old-fashioned. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed.

This section will help you to feel more confident and knowledgeable about elections, and how you can get involved in democracy.

Politics can feel difficult to talk about. There are a lot of different views on big and small issues. It could feel that you’re the only one who thinks a certain way and you might feel worried about sharing your opinions.

It’s easy to avoid talking about serious topics. However, the more we talk about them, the more we can learn and the bigger impact we can make.

When talking about politics and democracy, it’s always important to be respectful of other views. You might think differently to those around you, whether they are your parents or carers, siblings, or friends.

Remember to respect the person you’re speaking to and to listen to what they have to say too. It’s good to feel passionately about something and it’s important to treat people fairly.

Resources for young people content

Voting, democracy and politics can be confusing. Language can sometimes be unclear and old-fashioned. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed.

This section will help you to feel more confident and knowledgeable about elections, and how you can get involved in democracy.

Politics can feel difficult to talk about. There are a lot of different views on big and small issues. It could feel that you’re the only one who thinks a certain way and you might feel worried about sharing your opinions.

It’s easy to avoid talking about serious topics. However, the more we talk about them, the more we can learn and the bigger impact we can make.

When talking about politics and democracy, it’s always important to be respectful of other views. You might think differently those around you, whether they are your parents or carers, siblings, or your friends.

Remember to respect the person you’re speaking to and to listen to what they have to say too. It’s good to feel passionately about something and it’s important to treat people fairly.

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