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Get involved!. Locally. Obesity in Kirklees Survey. Too many takeaways? Have your say!. http://www.kirkleesyc.org.uk/. Kirklees Youth Council – Vacant Seats!. We have places available in: Spen Valley and Huddersfield South - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Get involved!

  • Locally

  • http://www.kirkleesyc.org.uk/

    Obesity in Kirklees Survey

    Too many takeaways? Have your say!

  • Kirklees Youth Council Vacant Seats!We have places available in:Spen Valley and Huddersfield South

    If you are interested please get in touch! Deadline for applications 20th April 2012

    [email protected]

  • The Olympic Torch is coming through Huddersfield on Sunday 24th June!Come and join KYC line the streets at 11.30am outside Brian Jackson House

    It is also passing through Dewsbury & Batley onMonday 25 June

    http://www.london2012.com/olympic-torch-relay-map

  • Have your say on children and young people's health

    The Children and Young People's Health Forum wants to find out children and young people's views on what is most important to you. Closing date: 30 April 2012 http://healthandcare.dh.gov.uk/children-say/

    PS We will be doing a local online survey very soon with prizes to be won

  • Nationally

  • The Education Service from Parliament is offering A-level Government and politics students the opportunity to explore the work of select committees.Recommended for: A-level Government andPolitics students Places per session: 60 Dates: Fridays, fromspring 2012 Duration: 2 hours Start times: 09:30, 12:00, 2:30How to book:http://www.parliament.uk/education/visiting-parliament/key-stage-5-programmes/select-committee-experience/

    Select Committees work in the HOUSE OF LORDS AND COMMONS They check and report on lots of things and the results are public

  • www.parliament.uk/education/visiting-parliament/key-stage-5-programmes/political-speed-dating/

    The Education Service from Parliament is holding an event on 10 May for key stage 5 students to meet political personalities from a range of parties.

    This session can be combined with a tour of the Palace of Westminster, including the House of Lords, House of Commons and Westminster Hall.

  • The next Anti-Bullying Week starts on the 19 November!

    Anti-Bullying Alliance would like to hear any ideas you have about possible themes, slogans and activities.

    The four questions in the survey will only take a few minutes to answerhttps://www.surveymonkey.com/s/V7JJML2

  • The Children's Commissioner wants your views!

    The Children's Commissioner for England wants to improve complaints systems for young people who use mental health and sexual health services, including services offered by GPs. www.listenup.org.uk/get-involved

  • Young Designers! Win 100 in The British Youth Council Poster Competition

    Do you want to design the new national election posters for UK Youth Parliament, School Councils, Youth Councils and Young Mayors for use across the UK? There are 4 categories in the competition:

    UK Youth Parliament elections

    School Council elections

    Youth Council elections

    Young Mayor elections

    The winners in each category will receive 100 in vouchers and their names will appear on the final designed poster.

    www.byc.org.uk/

  • Students all over England can enter this years competition and have the opportunity to win great prizes for both themselves and their school, as well as learning about money.Its an excellent, fun and creative way to get students learning about money, and a chance to win fantastic prizes for both students and schools.Primary school children are challenged to design a money box and secondary students to create a comic book strip about money.http://www.pfeg.org/our_work_in_education/my_money_week/

    Or visit the National Childrens Bureau website

  • Have your say on what the BIG Lottery Fund will spend on youth issues Vote NOW!BIG are planning a multi-million pound investment that will benefit youth across the country and young people are at the heart of designing it. have your say on their Facebook page, follow and interact with #BIGyp on Twitter and subscribe tothe BIG Blog and you could see some of that investment coming to your part of the world in the near future.

  • This group is the exclusive way to hear about the campaigning activities and opportunities with the British Youth Council. Being part of the Online Action Network is a flexible way to speak out on the issues you care about and become part of an empowering and inspiring team of young people

    Facebook BRITISH YOUTH COUNCIL ONLINE ACTION NETWORK

  • Internationally

  • Take Part in Webinars for the UN Earth Summit!

    Children and young people are being invited to take part in a series of webinars ahead of the UN Earth Summit (also known as Rio+20)

    http://www.youngncb.org.uk/news_items/un_earth_summit.aspxThe aim of the summit is to explore ideas for making the world safer, more equitable, cleaner, greener and more prosperousThe webinars will be an opportunity to:

    build up knowledge, share skills, get inspired to take action and raise awareness of the summit