Did you know that almost one in eight 16-19 year olds are not in education, employment or training? That almost one in five young people are out of work? That one in three 16-17 year olds are out of work?
Like other under-represented groups in the places of power, young people are marginalised. That's why we're opening up the doors of the House of Commons for young people to debate on the issues that matter to us.
After inviting young activists to organise our events on climate change and democratic reform, we want to invite you to help us shape our campaign on youth unemployment and debate school education.
Compass Youth is running an evening of debates at the House of Commons, in coalition with New Turn and the Campaign for State Education, and we need you to join in!
How we should tackle youth unemployment for school leavers?
Get inspired by New Turn's Hayley Carr and Bren Albiston
Discuss and vote on which idea you think we should campaign on!
This house believes that Britain would be better off without private schools
For the motion, we have Arthur Baker, Harry Coath and Maya Thomas-Davis
Against the motion, we have the University College School London team
Debate and vote on whether you think Britain would be better off or not without private schools