Hearing for youth

14th March 1997 at 00:00
Young people should be directly involved in local decision-making to stop them becoming disenchanted with the democratic system, according to a study by the Local Government Information Unit. The report, Hear! Hear!, describes more than 50 initiatives by councils, charities, schools and others, which give young people a say in matters affecting their lives.

Hear! Hear!, Pounds 15 from LGIU, 1-5 Bath Street, London EC1V 9QQ. Tel: 0171 608 1051.

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