A panel considers what kind of country will be inherited by today’s younger generation
Ahead of a key moment in British history, this debate considers the future of the country that will be inherited by today’s younger generation, and how the turmoil and division of the last two-and-a-half-years has influenced their political engagement.
In order to allow live interaction and audience engagement we will be using the Voxvote system to ask a series of 5 questions relating to young people and Brexit throughout the evening. The results will be displayed to you. Voxvote is a free audience response system that captures realtime responses and can be accessed by going online via your mobile phones.
Alexandra Bulat, Communications Officer, PSA Early Career Network, and Young Europeans Chair, the3million
Jake Cooper, Councillor for Belle Vale Ward, Dudley Borough Council
Esther Follis, The Wallace High School, Lisburn, Northern Ireland, and Member of the Winning Team, PSA Student Video Competition 2018 ('Brexit: What Does it Mean to You?')
Kira Lewis, Trustee, British Youth Council
Shakira Martin, President, National Union of Students
Jack Norquoy, Member, Scottish Youth Parliament
Lara Spirit, Co-President, Our Future, Our Choice
Dr James Weinberg, Co-convenor, PSA Young People's Politics Specialist Group and University of Sheffield
Chaired by Dr Andy Mycock, University of Huddersfield and Leverhulme Trust Project on Lowering the Voting Age
In association with the Political Studies Association.
Please note that BBC presenter Tina Daheley is no longer able to host this event.
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