Member of UK Youth Parliament
What is the UK Youth Parliament?
Three hundred young people from all over the UK are elected in annual youth elections. They meet twice a year at the UK Youth Parliament Annual Sitting and the UK Youth Parliament House of Commons Sitting.
What do Members of UK Youth Parliament do?
They represent the concerns and needs of local young people to decision-makers on a local, regional and national level.
They get involved in a variety of events, projects, and campaigns and meet local MPs, Government Ministers, and Civil Servants.
They get the opportunity to attend between six and 10 regional meetings, as well as the two national meetings.