What's On We the 33% - Creative responses to challenges young people face post covid-19 Coronavirus is changing our world. We want young people’s voices to be heard in decision making which affects them and their future. Join us as a key listener in this digital conference and hear from young people talking about their hopes and fears for the future post Covid-19. 28th May, 1-2:30pm On Zoom Registration is now closed. If you'd like to be added to a waiting list, please email [email protected]. 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. As we start to understand the changes brought by the coronavirus pandemic and how it affects us all in the long term, we want to make sure young people's voices are heard in decision making in the region. They will be living with the concequences of our actions for years to come and it is vital they plan an equal part in exploring our situation and helping to shape the future. Key speakers & responders Young people from the South West will be the key note speakers. Responding to the issues they bring up, we’ll have the following key responders: Edson Burton – Writer, historian, programme-curator and performer Dr Patricia Greer – CEO of the West of England Combined Authority and Local Enterprise Partnership (WECA) Joe Rich – Head of Youth Voice at the National Lottery Community Fund Ndidi Okezie – CEO of UK Youth Laura-Jane Rawlings – CEO of Youth Employment UK Creative Youth Network will still be here when this pandemic ends and our services will be more needed than ever before. Donate now to support young people. Please select a donation amount: * £7 Could cover the cost of telephone conversations between a youth worker and a vulnerable young person in isolation £12 Could give a young carer an evening of fun activities, taking a break from their caring responsibilities, in a small group session online £25 Could provide an hour’s online specialist support for a young person struggling with their mental health Other This is a monthly paymentDonate How can we help?