whatonechange

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Radically alter the way we educate young people – Simon Newitt

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Dr Simon Newitt is Director at Off The Record (Bristol) http://otrbristol.org.uk @otrbristol

Engage young people in democracy – Liam Preston

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Liam Preston is former Chair of the British Youth Council (2010-2012).

Teach young people to help each other – James Cathcart

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James Cathcart is CEO at the British Youth Council.

British Youth Council share their ‘one change’

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We're delighted to announce that we've started adding some great clips from the British Youth Council trustees and CEO. A youth-led organisation, they help young people to engage with the decisions that affect thei...

Engage young people in democracy – Liam Preston

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Liam Preston is former Chair of the British Youth Council (2010-2012).

New year, new look

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It was about time, but we've made some changes to the site - giving it a face-lift and adding lots of new features. Thanks to a rather brilliant wordpress theme from DeDePress, we now have more ways to discover the...

Product information and consumer power – Amisha Ghadiali

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Amisha Ghadiali is a writer and sustainable fashion campaigner. In her What One Change response, Amisha advocates product information as a means of leveraging consumer power over governments and corporations, creating widespread social change.

Happiness – Mark Williamson

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Dr Mark Williamson is Director of Action for Happiness. In his response to the What One Change question Mark asks us to put happiness at the heart of how we lead our lives, and he describes the impact this can have on our politics, our personal lives, our working lives and our communities.

The importance of play – Antonia Dixey

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Antonia Dixey describes the role of play in the lives of both young people and adults, and the impact it has on decision-making, education and self development.

Everyone should have two friends who are different from them – Jon Yates

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Having different friends has a positive impact on well-being, responsibility and the contribution young people can make in society.