Young people aged 10 to 20 are able to register to put their questions to a panel of experts on the 24th October 2018, at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay.
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Children Human Rights Defenders in Wales respond to United Nations Day of General Discussion consultation
In advance of the United Nations Day of General Discussion, Children in Wales has published a response to the Child Rights Connect, (CRC) consultation on Children Human Rights Defenders.
Voices From Care Cymru are launching an advisory group made up of care experienced young people from all over Wales.
Race Council Cymru have announced the programme of events they are holding during Black History Month 2018.
The NSPCC online safety campaign calling on the UK Government to regulate social networks has produced research into the risks faced by children and young people.
Chair of the Interim Youth Work Board for Wales launches survey to include children and young people in design of new youth work strategy, 04/09/2018 [W]
Keith Towler, Chair of the Interim Youth Work Board for Wales has announced that he will launch a Wales wide survey on the state of youth work in Wales.
Cabinet Secretary for Education Congratulates GCSE, A-Level and Welsh Baccalaureate students in Wales
The Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams AM, has congratulated pupils receiving their GCSE, A-Level and Welsh Baccalaureate results this August.
The Make Your Mark ballot for the UK Youth Parliament’s annual debate has been launched today, 22 August 2018.
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