Do you want to have your say about:
- Your economy
- The jobs that are available and opportunities open to you
- The kind of housing you live in
- A cleaner and greener environment
- What government can do for you
- What the future should look like, and much more?
We believe that everyone, including young people, should be able to have their say about the UK’s economy.
We’re delighted to host this session in partnership with Fiona Twycross AM, an Assembly Member from the Greater London Authority, which brings together the Mayor of London with 25 elected London Assembly members representing different parts of the city. Fiona is the chair of London’s Economy Committee at City Hall.
If you’re between 15 – 18 years old and live in London, we would love to hear from you – you can register for this event for free.
We're keen that everyone is able to participate so we can also cover travel expenses if required (just email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can make the necessary arrangements). Lunch and other refreshments will also be provided throughout the session.
About the RSA's Citizens' Economic Council
The Citizens’ Economic Council aims to increase the influence that citizens have on national economic decisions, and to help build the role for deliberative citizen engagement in influencing future decisions about policy. You can find out more about the Citizens’ Economic Council programme and what we’re looking to achieve here: www.rsa.org.uk/citizenseconomy.