Do you want to help campaign to fight youth unemployment?
Do you want to campaign with young people for progressive politics where you are?
Crunch time - what's happening
The number of 16 to 24-year-olds out of work is now 952,000 - the highest figure since records began. We’re in a down turn, but we refuse to believe we’ve crashed.
We’re the upside of down and it’s up to us to take action. Working with you, Compass Youth are developing a campaign that’s going to be led by you to start the bounce back.
Who's been queuing up?
Over the last six months, young people across the country from universities, youth groups, schools, graduates on the street and people in the job centre have been listening to each other and developing ideas for that we’ll then act on to make change happen.
We want your support in Barking & Dagenham
Whatever your background or situation we believe you’ve got a voice and the ability to act. Young people have come together across the country and now we’re bringing people together in Streatham on 20th February between 12.30-6pm to campaign on youth unemployment and for progressive politics.
1. Kick off with lunch at the cafe before going campaigning in the afternoon with Chuka Umunna.
2. Discuss developing campaign ideas to tackle youth unemployment with Chuka.
3. Move to the pub for drinks and a fun evening in South London!
WHAT WILL YOU PLEDGE?
1. Sign up now
2. Bring along three of your friends
3. Come along!
Where: Meet 12.30 at Perfect Blend Cafe in Streatham - see the map here.