What's On We the 33% | Climate Change As world leaders gather in Glasgow for the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference, we invite you to discuss with young people in Bristol how climate change affects them. Young people who experience inequality and disadvantage are some of the hardest hit by the impact of climate change in their everyday lives. In this hybrid event, we invite you to come as keynote listeners to hear young people's stories, hopes and ideas and engage in a discussion about the action you could take to improve young people's futures in Bristol. Climate change is a real problem right now that affects the lives of millions of people around the world. The sad thing is young people are paying the price for the mistakes we have made, and we want to invite you along to our event to hear what they have to say about it. Come and meet young people, with real opinions who want to be heard. SIGN UP YOUNG PEOPLE & YOUTH GROUPS SIGN UP Event details This is hybrid event, which means you can take part in person or online on Zoom. When: Tuesday 9th November, 5-6:30pm Where: at The Station, Silver Street, BS1 2AG As part of the event, we will share a locally sourced, healthy organic meal. The third will be heard 33% of the population of Bristol is under 25. Despite this, our voices are not heard. In “We the 33%” events, we are inviting decision makers from the region to be active keynote listeners and talk to us about the issues we care most about. This series of events is led by Creative Youth Network and funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. Creative Youth Network have supported over 3,000 young people in the first half of 2021 to move forward towards a brighter future. 70% of the young people we support are accessing free school meals, have a disability, are in or leaving care or have other barriers to their progression. Your regular donation would give us the resources we need to help young people through difficult times in their lives. Sign up to make a monthly donation and help us be there for vulnerable children and help them to go on to lead healthy, happy lives. Please select a donation amount (required) £12 Could give a young carer an evening of fun activities, taking a break from their caring responsibilities £25 Could provide an hour’s specialist support for a young person struggling with their mental health £35 Could cover the cost of food for five sessions for young asylum seekers and refugees Other Set up a regular payment Donate How can we help?