UK Youth Parliament Annual Conference 2019

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University of Leeds



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Would your MYPs benefit from making new friends and hearing the experiences of others from around the UK in a warm and welcoming setting?

Do you want your MYPs to engage with, debate and vote on the key issues facing young people today?

Do you want to network and workshop with other local authority workers from across the country?

Would you like to listen and learn from passionate and inspiring speakers of whom have a history of fighting for what they believe in?

...Then the UK Youth Parliament Annual Conference is for you!

Members of the Youth Parliament from across the UK will come together at the University of Leeds from 2nd - 4th August to debate and vote on policy, as well as take part in workshops, debates, and networking opportunities.

KEY DOCUMENTS (please check back as these documents are regularly uploaded and updated)

1. British Youth Council Event Risk Assessment

2. British Youth Council Public Liability Insurance Certificate

3. CONSENT/REGISTRATON FOR MYPS: All MYPs need to register their MYP status at: We will use this information as their registration and consent form for this event.

4. CONSENT FOR WORKERS: Support worker consent form - to be completed by all support workers attending the event

5. MYP Programme Outline | Worker Programme

6. Key Event Information

7. Worker role at British Youth Council events

To follow:

- Preparing for Big Vote

Who can attend?
This event is only open to MYPs and their support worker(s). If an MYP is unable to attend, then a deputy can be nominated from the elected youth council/forum/parliament, to attend in their place.

What time does the conference start and finish?
Registration will be open from 11am – 2pm Friday 2nd August. The programme will finish no later than 2pm on Sunday 4th August.

How much will it cost?
Tickets are £315 per delegate. This is a fixed price for both MYPs and support workers.

Where will I be sleeping?
Accommodation is in a blocks of university halls close to the buildings we'll be using for the weekend. The blocks are called 'Storm Jameson Court' and they are on the main campus. All rooms are single occupancy ensuite rooms.

We will try as hard as possible to:

  • Have male and female only floors
  • Keep youth workers close to their young people
  • Reserve accessible rooms for those who need them

Rooms are single occupancy with ensuite bathrooms.

We always endeavour to ensure that Local Authorities are together in the blocks and that blocks are allocated by region, too.

Is food and drink included?
YES, full catering from Friday lunch until Sunday lunch is included in the ticket price.

What's on the programme?
A full programme will be available in due course, if you have any questions about the content of the conference, please do not hesitate to contact

When do I need to register by?
Registration will close on Friday 29 June 2019 at midday.

All invoices will be issued by Friday 13 July and must be paid before the Annual Conference.

Can I buy extra spaces at UK Youth Parliament Annual Conference?
Unfortunately no, you may only bring your nominated MYP(s) and up to two workers per authority. If you need to bring additional workers, please contact as soon as possible.

Can I register spaces now even if I do not know the names of the young people attending?
YES - providing that you provide us with the names by Friday 29 June 2019 at midday. Please put ‘Young Person’ in the name space if you are unsure of the names of participants. We will need this information to complete the rooming list; a hefty task!

Cancellation Policy
BYC will be enforcing a strict cancellation policy, any cancellations received after Friday 29 June 2019 at midday or any no-shows on the day will be charged the full delegation amount. You will need to read and accept the full cancellation policy during the registration process.

As a local authority, if you feel that you are unable to send staff to the event, but would like your MYP(s) to attend, please contact your Youth Democracy Coordinator. They will be able to request offers of help from other Local Authorities for additional duty of care responsibilities for your MYP(s).

If you have any additional questions or queries, please contact the event team at or call 020 7250 8374.

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