Proudly Introducing

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.

Manchester Training Session – COMPLETED

We are delighted to announce that our first training session will take place in Manchester at the Manchester Central Library.

YouthPolitics UK Annual Conference – COMPLETED

Thank you so much to everyone who attended our Launch Conference. It was an amazing day of debates, talks and workshops

Campaigning Training Session – COMPLETED

Following the success of our pilot training workshop and launch conference earlier this year, YouthPolitics is excited to announce a

London Launch

Calling all young activists based in London – in October 2018 we shall be holding our Launch Event!! The venue

Edinburgh Launch

Calling all young activists based in Edinburgh – we shall be launching in November 2018! The venue is yet to

Feminism & Democracy

Youth Politics UK returns in partnership with the People’s History Museum’s Radical Lates programme and 50:50 Parliament to provide 

Labour Party Conference 2018

 The ACC Liverpool, home to the annual Labour party conference 2018, is located near the well-known Albert dock of Liverpool.

Plaid Cymru Party Conference 2018

One hugely significant thing which happened at Plaid Cymru’s conference at the start of this month was their new leader

SNP Conference 2018

For four days on the Saturday of the 7th of October, Glasgow was a brim with hustle and bustle for

Fifty Years of the Northern Ireland Troubles

On the 5th of October 1968, a conflict known as the Troubles broke out in Northern Ireland, resulting in 30

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 Moreover, if you would like to sponsor our events please do get in touch with our marketing team at .


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