British Future has partnered with the Daily Mirror over the last 12 months to uncover the hopes and fears of young people in the lead-up to the 2015 general election. This is our film of the Voice of a Generation project.
Ellie, 19, tells us why young people should use their vote – and why it’s politicians responsibility to encourage those who don’t
Helen caught up with Connie, 17, from Barnsley while she was in London for British Future’s Voice of a Generation event to see what she thought about politics and politicians.
While attending British Future’s Voice of a Generation event in Westminster we spoke to George from London to find out what he thought about politics and politicians today.
With voter registration about to close, Helen Whitehouse, the Daily Mirror’s Voice of a Generation reporter reminds young people why it’s so important to get their names on the electoral register
As part of the Voice of a Generation tour we were lucky enough to be able to speak with a group of young asylum seekers and refugees in Leicester. This is a group who very rarely have their voices heard in the media, even on issues where they are the focus.
On her way over to British Future’s event in Westminster Helen asked Sarah, 18, from Plymouth what she thought about politics and politicians today.
After our event in Westminster we spoke to Eilidh, 18, about what politics means to her, and what she thinks of politicians
In the aftermath of the Scottish Independence Referendum everyone Helen met in Scotland was set on voting in the General Election, but what did Francesca and Alana think would make politics matter more to them as young people?