Posts Tagged ‘questions’

Are you free on Tuesday 12th July 2011 at 5pm?

Want the Police to hear your voice?

We are offering you the chance…..

We are looking for two young people to attend a meeting at Croydon Police Station.

You’ll have the opportunity to meet Croydon’s Borough Commander and ask him questions about local policing and the police’s relationship towards young people. You could really make a difference!

If you would like to be one of our two, please email: emma@4wdfoundation.org with your name, age and briefly explain why you would like to attend.

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Are you free on Wednesday 11th May 2011 at 5pm-7pm?

Want the Police to hear your voice?

We are offering you the chance…..

We are looking for two young people to attend a meeting at Croydon Police Station.

You’ll have the opportunity to meet Croydon’s Borough Commander and ask him questions about local policing and the police’s relationship towards young people. You could really make a difference!

If you would like to be one of our two, please email: emma@4wdfoundation.org with your name, age and briefly explain why you would like to attend.

Are you free on Wednesday 11th May 2011 at 5pm-7pm?

Want the Police to hear your voice?

We are offering you the chance…..

We are looking for three young people to attend a meeting at Croydon Police Station.

You’ll have the opportunity to meet Croydon’s Borough Commander and ask him questions about local policing and the police’s relationship towards young people. You could really make a difference!

If you would like to be one of our three, please email: emma@4wdfoundation.org with your name, age and why you want to attend.

Are you free on 15th February 6.30-9pm?

Want to take part in the Battlefront Debate: Getting You to Hear Us?

The debate is all about hearing your views and putting your questions to the people in power. During the evening there will be an opportunity for you to stand up and put your questions to the panel.

The panel will include: Presenter Miquita Oliver, President of NUS Aaron Porter and MP Tim Loughton.

The topics will be based around:

  • Democracy and young people
  • Campaign and Protest
  • Campaigning for change, campaigning for profit, campaigning for ego.
  • The impact of Facebook, Twitter and the internet on campaigning
  • How to represent young people.

Interested? If you wish to attend, you must RSVP to C4Events@channel4.co.uk