Young Wales and Public Health Wales are holding a Health Youth Summit on 01 December 2018.
Young Wales and Public Health Wales are holding a Health Youth Summit on 24 November 2018.
How will Brexit impact on the future of young people in Wales?
Come and put your questions to a panel of experts at:
Brexit Question Time
The event will be chaired by James Williams, BBC Cymru Wales’ Brexit correspondent, and questions will be put to a panellists with a range of expertise, with one more panellist to be confirmed:
- Huw Irranca Davies AM, Minister for Children, Older People & Social People
- Meri Huws, Welsh Language Commissioner
- Ruth Coombs, Head of Wales, Equality & Human Rights Commission
- Mari Arthur, Director of Cynnal Cymru/ Sustain Wales
Wednesday 24th October 2018, 5.15pm (registration) – 7.30pm,
Senedd, Cardiff Bay
Open to young people aged 10 – 20
Questions need to be submitted in advance; this way we can group similar questions together and make sure that as many different questions are answered as possible on the night.
Come and join us at our FREE Young Wales celebratory event for young people at the National Museum for Wales, Cardiff on Tuesday, 23 March from 5.30pm – 8pm.
Voices From Care Cymru would like to invite professionals and the young people that they work with to join them to celebrate the rights of care experienced children and young people, in a week of events and campaigns across Wales.
The week begins with Care Day on 16 February 2018 (a UK and Ireland wide celebration) and ends with Proud to Be Me, an event promoting positive messages and aspirations for Care Experienced young people.