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MtW Youth Forum 2 - For young employed people age 16-30

MtW Youth Forum 2 - For young employed people age 16-30

11th November 15.00-16.30

An online forum for young people to share stories, ideas and discuss issues related to youth employment for those that are currently in work or on an employability programme. We will take your views and make sure they are heard by influential people across business, youth outreach and government.


Movement to Work (MtW) is hosting two important Youth Forums on the 10th and 11th November where we want to hear from young people about what life is like for young people right now and what barriers to work they are currently facing.

Why is this important? Movement to Work (MtW) is a vibrant not-for-profit coalition of UK employers, youth-outreach organisations, training providers and government allies – all aiming to level the playing field for young age people aged 16-30 facing barriers to work. We are set to host a network-wide summit in February 2021 with CEOs, politicians and leaders from some of the biggest and most influential organisations in the U.K. MtW Youth Forum attendees now have a unique opportunity to help shape this conversation and tell these leaders what access to good work means, what works and what doesn’t, and how we can work together to end youth unemployment.

The forums will be hosted online by MtW, with only young people in attendance. We will take the ideas shared and use it to shape the agenda at our bigger event in February 2021. Willing young people will be able to attend the virtual event and put these questions to the test!

We want to understand what the core issues are related to youth employment and create the agenda for this crucial summit for and with you. Please get involved!

If you have any questions please get in touch at info@movementtowork.com

See you there!


Nov 11, 2020 03:00 PM in London

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