Youth involvement projects
Opportunities for young people to have a say in Hammersmith & Fulham
There are lots of ways to get involved, have a say and help develop local services. See below for details:
This is an elected group of young people aged 13 to 19 who live, work or study or are looked after by the borough. Its purpose is to give young people a ‘voice’ that is listened to by decision makers and to involve them in decisions about issues and services that affect young people.
Youth Council members represent their schools and youth projects, develop ways to find out the views of young people throughout the borough and make sure decision-makers listen to them. They also give their opinions on activities and services and how they can work best for young people.
Youth Council 2018
Federica won 877 of the votes; Maddy Sala, 15, was elected Deputy Youth Mayor with 630 votes.
Federica is passionate about tackling prejudice against people’s sexuality and gender identity. She believes that one of the main ways to tackle prejudice, bullying and homophobia would be to introduce the subject into the school curriculum.
Youth parliament member electedH&F’s 2018 Member of Youth Parliament is Emma Ganhem.
Emma Ganhem was announced as H&F’s Member of Youth Parliament. The 15-year-old attends Sacred Heart in Hammersmith Road, Hammersmith. She wants to help tackle hate crime, and promote education and support for mental health.
To contact any of the young people above email email@example.com
Read our news story - H&F young people elect their new youth mayor
We set up this page to find out the views of young people, to promote upcoming events and opportunities and to give young people another way to contact us. Visit the page and have your say.