A comprehensive and diverse YouthPolitics Leadership Training Programme is currently being organised and scheduled. Please keep checking this page to ensure that you don’t miss out!

The YouthPolitics UK team have experts in debating, public speaking, campaigning, economics, policy making and political journalism lined up. Through workshops, discussions and panels we hope to engage thousands of young adults across the country. Events will begin in January 2018 and we have the hope of significantly expanding our events programme nationally, so keep checking the events page via the link below for updates.

 

Brexit Negotiations Update #1
Editor’s note – This Article by our Deputy Editor James Sullivan-McHale summarises this week’s Brexit negotiations as we begin the first
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The Brexit Negotiation’s impact on the Youth #1
Editor’s note – As an organisation we’re determined to highlight the impacts of any current affairs on the Youth of
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Controversy surrounding the BBC: Why we should care…
Controversy surrounding the BBC: Why we should care… Summary • The license fee makes the BBC a Public Responsibility •
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Join our YouthPolitics Team!
We are now recruiting! We’re looking for talented young adults to volunteer to join our forever growing YouthPolitics UK team,
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The Brexit Negotiation’s impact on the Youth #2
Editor’s note – As an organisation we’re determined to highlight the impacts of any current affairs on the Youth of
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Are you a campaign? Form a campaign partnership with YouthPolitics!
Our team would love to help your campaign by directing young activists towards it, truly engaging them into your cause.
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Education for the many or just one more perk for the few?
Editor’s note – In this eloquently written article, our head of articles Lucy Higginbotham analyses Jeremy Corbyn’s policy to scrap
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Are Feminists ‘Man Haters’?
Editor’s Note – In this passionate opinion article, Mariam makes the case that feminism has been portrayed in an unfair
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Fast Food Giant in ‘Supersized’ Controversy
Editor’s Note – The treatment of workers with regards to both condition and pay is something often neglected by CEO’s
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Nationalisation: is it too good to be true?
Editor’s Note – In this latest opinion article, Josh successfully conveys his concerns regarding nationalisation, a topic which is a battleground
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Please note – we are always looking for people to help us  with our events programme by giving talks or running workshops. If you are an organisation or an individual with experience in any of the areas aforementioned, please get in touch with us by emailing Jess Molyneux, our training director, at training@youthpolitics.org.uk. Moreover, if you would like to sponsor our events please do get in touch with our marketing team at marketing@youthpolitics.org.uk .