See how youth voices are having an impact on policy-making, for example with the G7 summit. Y7 even had confirmation from the PM that their campaigning resulted in mental health being included on the G7 communique.
Read about Weronika’s experience on the MSc in Sustainability Science, Policy and Society. This course takes an interdisciplinary approach to sustainability science and offers a range of theoretical and skills-focused courses. The course is based at Maastricht University, where students have access to a range of sports societies and student groups.
Mounting youth participation in policy, in 2009 the UNFCCC recognised young people as an official observer constituency called YOUNGO. YOUNGO has been a fully recognised organisation since COP17. YOUNGO currently counts over 5,500 members and 200 youth-run NGOs from around the world, including Climate Now and All for a Better Climate.