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West Sussex Youth Council

The West Sussex Youth Cabinet is a group of democratically elected young people whose job it is to help other young people across the county and to represent their views and concerns. It is their job to represent you. Click here to find out more and let them know what you have to say or what you want done.

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Information about your rights specifically for young people 16-24.


Information Line: 020 7512 2100 (9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday), email:
Radical new approach to meeting the needs of teenagers, parents and the communities in which they live.
New campaign to develop clubs and opportunities for young people aged 11 - 16, open until 9pm after school and during school holidays.


Local Information about voting and elections.


UNICEF's UK youth website. Here you can learn about your rights and about how UNICEF promotes young people's rights across the globe. You can also read about young people who have become active citizens taking on their rights and responsibilities and pick up tips on how you can get involved.


The UKYP aims to give young people of the UK, between the age of 11 and 18, a voice, 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. UKYP has the support of the Prime Minister, Leader of the Opposition, and the Leader of the Liberal Democrats.


The West Sussex Youth Cabinet is about making sure young people in West Sussex can have their say about things that
are important to them, and know that someone is listening. The YOUR SPACE website also holds information about local
events, clubs, special offers and news - all relevant for 13 - 19 year olds.


Website of the European Youth Forum. In this website you can find information on other youth campaigns made by National
Youth Councils or International Youth NGOs / members of the Youth Forum. Participate in our discussion forums and
chats, read the latest news related to the European elections, view our calendar of events or try our challenging quizzes.


Preventing crime and the fear of crime. Reducing re-offending. Dealing with young offenders.

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