What is the NYAS Campaigns Youth Advisory Group?
By listening to the voices and experiences of care experienced young people, NYAS is able to deliver youth led campaigns. This ensures that our campaigns address the things that matter most to children and young people in care across England and Wales.
What does the NYAS Campaigns Youth Advisory Group do?
Our Campaigns Youth Advisory Group works directly with our Policy and Research team to have a positive impact on our campaigns and policy changes. The young people involved in our Campaigns Youth Advisory Group use their knowledge and experience of the care system to help us influence politicians and decision makers.
The members of our Campaigns Youth Advisory Group have a huge impact on NYAS’ campaigns, and influence key stakeholders in policy reform – from local councils to parliament, our young people are steering positive change for people in care, and vulnerable adults.
We have the right to demand change and we have the right to make change. The Campaigns Advisory Group is a community where we can use our past to make change in the present for the future.
Aisha, Campaigns Advisory Group Member
Can I Get Involved with the NYAS Campaigns Youth Advisory Group?
Are you a care experienced 18–25-year-old?
Are you passionate about making a difference to the lives of care experienced children and young people?
Do you want to work with a leading national charity to influence change?
If the answer is yes, then the NYAS Campaigns Advisory Group could be for you.
Being part of the NYAS Campaigns Youth Advisory Board allows you to have your voice heard on issues that matter to you. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to influence and champion projects and campaigns that collaborate with policy makers and charity activists across the nation.
Explore our current youth led campaigns to discover the breadth of issues we address, from youth homelessness to the importance of communication within the care sector. We also have a selection of campaigning tips to help you support our work without being part of the youth group.