I'm back with another installment in my youth voice journey! I hope you enjoy reading about my time as a UK Youth Voice representative for the East of England 🙂 In case you haven't heard about Voice yet, check out my post about A New Youth Voice Journey and then you'll be up to date … Continue reading Voice Goes To WWF HQ!
In recognition of #StudentVolunteeringWeek, I thought it would be timely to mention the benefits of being involved in volunteering, whether that's at your local charity shop, scout group, animal centre or something different entirely! When this post goes live, I'll be at a UK Youth Voice residential, volunteering my time to participate in training to … Continue reading What’s in it for you: Volunteering
It's MONDAY! Some of you voted in my twitter poll last week that you'd like another Monday Motivation post this week, so I hope you enjoy! It's about you today and everyday of the week; focus on your goals and achievements this year. The top right one of these quotes I feel is something most … Continue reading #MondayMotivation | Post 6
So, I think it's time to share my October highlights saying that we're practically halfway through November already! First of all, I attended the Young Labour Policy Conference as a delegate and this was held at the University of Warwick. This was my first Labour Conference and it was good to meet so many like-minded … Continue reading OCTOBER HIGHLIGHTS
Back in April, I was selected to be one of the members of the UK Youth Voice National Board, for my region, after an application process. Since then, I have become involved in the activities of the charity, UK Youth, and am developing my skills, so I can make sure that I can truly represent … Continue reading A new youth voice journey
In November, I became an #iwill ambassador and part of my role is to promote youth social action between 10-20yrs. The #iwill campaign is coordinated by charity Step Up To Serve and it has cross party support. I was invited to a special event for the launch of the 50 #iwill ambassadors, where Susanna Reid, … Continue reading Brief intro to the #iwill campaign