Redbridge Youth Council
Join the council and make a difference to your Borough
- fed up with feeling like there's nothing for young people to do?
- think nobody ever listens to your views?
- wish you had more control over what happens in Redbridge?
- aged between 11 and 19 and living and/or studying in Redbridge?
Then come and join the Redbridge Youth Council.
Redbridge Youth Council
Join the council and make a difference to your Borough. We want to give young people aged 11 to 19 in Redbridge a say on the issues that matter to them and a chance to have their voice heard. As a member of the Youth Council, you will get involved in a number of our campaigns. Some recent campaigns include raising awareness of mental health in schools, writing guidelines for schools about sexual harassment and looking at raising awareness about gang and knife culture. You do not have to be elected to be a member of the Youth Council, just come along.
We regularly meet with councillors and officers as well as representing young people on a variety of forums in Redbridge. The Youth Council meets on Mondays, during term time, from 5pm to 7pm at Redbridge Town Hall in Ilford Committee Room 2 unless otherwise stated. We usually meet at the side entrance of the Town Hall from 5pm.
The next Redbridge Youth Council - Monday 24 June at 5pm, where Steve Valentine will be running the Youth Independent Advisory Group and we will be discussing hte Citizens Advice Bureau.
Redbridge Youth Election 2019
The new Members of Youth Parliament are:
- Amelia Crorie and Zainab Abari
- Isabel George is the deputy
12,539 young people voted in the Election from 34 schools, clubs and organisations across Redbridge. The new MYPs will now be leading the Redbridge Youth Council and you can find out about what they stand for.
Make Your Mark 2018
Thank you to everyone who took part in Make Your Mark this year making it the most successful youth consultation both nationally and locally. Over 1 million young people aged 11-18 in the UK had their say. The top 5 issues were debated by the UK Youth Parliament in the House of Commons on 9 November and "End Knife Crime" was voted as the campaign for next year.
Locally Redbridge achieved a turnout of 98% making us top in the UK for turnout. 27,124 young people from 25 schools and sites across the borough took part and we are 3rd overall for total turnout. For more information read the full report.
Young Cabinet Election 2019
The new Young Cabinet was elected on 13 May 2019 and they are:
|Isabel George DMYP||Leader|
|Harriet Widdows||Finance and Resources|
|Taybah Crorie||Children and Young People|
|Kishan Sharma||Health, Social Care, Mental Health and the Ageing|
|Amelia Crorie MYP||Transformation and Engagement|
|Eman Bibi||Housing and Homelessness|
|Khatira Kazemi||Deputy Leader and Crime, Safety and Cohesion|
|Zainab Abari MYP||Civic Pride|
|Suvan Naik||Planning and Planning Enforcement|
Redbridge Youth on Facebook
We have set up a Facebook page which will provide you with everything you need to know about youth services and being young in Redbridge.
We will bring you information on a range of things including:
- youth service activities
- leisure and sporting activities
- training and job opportunities and much more
We want this to become the place where you get all of the information you need as a young person in Redbridge.
Get in touch with us
Contact Raina Gee on 020 8708 3713 or 07880 582 041 or email email@example.com