Youth Voice: Consultations
Youth Voice is often asked to work with different organisations to get young people involved in decision making, both locally and nationally. This is often done by taking part in consultations.
What's a consultation you ask? A consultation is where people provide feedback on something, usually a new idea or a proposed change although they can be general, for example, tell us what you think of... This feedback is then used by an organisation or government service to make a decision, a change, or keep something the same (if that's what the feedback tells them).
Looking for feedback?
If your organisation or service is looking to incorporate young people as part of a consultation, gain feedback, or input fro young people then please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Time To Change
Time to Change is working with Champions and groups of local organisations to help change the way people think and act about mental health in their communities. It's part of our broader strategy (plan) to embed and sustain Time to Change as a social movement in local communities.
Relationship and Sex Education | Public Health England
Public Health is about helping people stay healthy and protecting them from threats to their health. The government wants everyone to be able to make healthier choices, regardless of their circumstances, and to minimise the risk and impact of illness. They are consulting on how relationships and sex education in schools which will be compulsory for schools by September 2019.
Sexual Health Services | Terrence Higgins Trust
Terrance Higgins Trust oversees the sexual health services for young people in Buckinghamshire. We were asking young people how services could better be delivered, especially to the LGBT audience.
The Health Passport | Buckinghamshire NHS Trust
Buckinghamshire NHS Trust consulted with young people in care about the redevelopment of the Health Passport