UK Youth Parliament - Leeds

Leeds Members of Youth Parliament


Following the 2020 elections, the 3 Members of Youth Parliament for Leeds are:  

Lanre (Roudhaay School), Lois (Cardinal Heenan School) and Gurman (Allerton Grange School). 

They will now be working alongside the Leeds Youth Council as well as representing young people in the city on a regional and national level.

How it works

Every year young people in Leeds aged 11-18 vote for their three Members of Youth Parliament (MYPs) to represent them at a local, regional and national level.

Last year MYPs helped roll out the 2018 Make Your Mark ballot and following the subsequent national sitting in the House of Commons in November, your local MYPs are now working with the Leeds Youth Council on the UKYP national and local campaign which is 'protecting the environment".

How to become an MYP for Leeds

The UKYP Elections happen every year in Leeds with the next elections due to take place in early 2021. To ensure that you are always up-to-date with Youth Voice opportunities in Leeds and are amongtst the first to hear about the next UKYP elections we reccomend that you join the Leeds Youth Council

Reports and Campaign Updates

UKYP Report - Full term report.pdf

Leeds UKYP Report Mar to Sept 2019.pdf

UKYP Knife Crime Event Report.pdf

April to Sept 2018 UKYP Report.pdf

Oct 2018 to Feb 2019 UKYP Report.pdf

Previous Campaigns

2011-12 Cheaper public transport

2012-13 Cheaper public transport

2013-14 A Curriculum for Life / Votes @ 16

View the short film documenting their journey here

2014-15 Better mental health services for young people

View the short film documenting their 2015 journey here

2015-16 Tackling Racial and Religious Discrimination

Read a full summary of the UKYP 2016-18 Full Term Report.pdf

View the 2016/17 #LetsTackleIt film or read the event report

Contact info and further links

More about UK Youth Parliament.

More about British Youth Council

Email at: vic@leeds.gov.uk

Twitter: @LeedsYouthVoice 

Instagram: @LeedsYouthVoice

www.ukyouthparliament.org