Cllrs from across Wales will speak with young activists about the impact local government can have on issues that are important to young people. The event will be live streamed on Thursday 20th January at 6pm but will also be available after the event for promotion on your channels at https://docsend.com/view/jbyqx4mdew86272a (or https://youtu.be/2OmFCP7Lypc)
Work in social care and be the lifeline your community needs.
This session aims to raise awareness of the issues governments deal with at a local level and highlight how young people can use their views to make a positive change in Wales.
The Politics Project have confirmed the following councillors will take part in the panel:
- Rhys Taylor – Liberal Democrat
- Dhanisha Patel – Labour
- Ross Penhale-Thomas – Independent
- Nia Wyn Jeffries – Plaid Cymru
- Tanya Skinner – Independent
The young activists taking part are Heledd Roberts, Poppy Stowell-Evans, Ieuan Cooke and Amber Davies.
If you’re looking for a new career and want to help people in your community, a job in social care could be the right move.
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