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North Lincolnshire Youth Council & Young Voice

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If you are a young person (aged 11 to 19 or up to 25 with special educational needs and disabilities) who wants to have a say about things that matter to YOU and you want to help influence decisions made about YOUR life, then come along to North Lincolnshire Youth Council.

What’s it all about?

The Youth Council seeks to:

  • provide a forum for young people to have a voice on things that matter to them
  • represent and communicate the views of young people aged between 11 and 20 in North Lincolnshire to decision makers and the wider North Lincolnshire community
  • communicate and promote the views of young people
  • raise the profile  of young people in a positive way
  • encourage young people to be good citizens, so they act with understanding and communicate between themselves and their communities
  • promote democracy and equality
  • highlight issues affecting young people
  • bring together young people with a common interest in diverse and inclusive forum

For more information about NLYC please contact young.voice@northlincs.gov.uk.

In accordance with National Youth Agency guidelines and direction from British Youth Council , all North Lincs Youth Council meetings will remain virtual for the remainder of 2020. This will be reviewed at a later date for 2021.

Meetings of members of NLYC will take place via MS Teams on the following Thursdays at 6pm to 8pm.

  • ​17th Sept 2020
  • 22nd Oct  2020
  • ​19th Nov  2020
  • 17th Dec  2020

If your are interested in joining the meeting please contact young.voice@northlincs.gov.uk

The NLYC Annual Report 2018-19 [PDF, 9.82Mb] showcases the youth council’s efforts, celebrates their successes and demonstrates how they’ve made a difference.

The latest report for 2019-20 will be added in the near future