We are Llais Ifanc (Youth Voice), a group of young leaders that support Youth Cymru to make decisions, develop projects, recruitment, and social action since 2015. Drawing from Participation Standards and UNCRC Rights of the Child Wales, we as Llais Ifanc represent an all-Wales youth group that works with young people, organisations, and Welsh Government in making changes to support our young people’s future.
Who we are
What we do
Llais Ifanc is made up of young people aged 13-25 who seek to contribute to, and steer the direction of Youth Cymru and wider aspects of youth work. We aim to develop our young person membership, re-connecting with members and developing relationships with youth organisations from across Wales.
How we do it
Through this we want to support young people’s understanding of voting at 16, environmental issues and employment through social action online and through a Manifesto in January resulting a in Hustings event later in 2021.
Through us, Young people in Wales can have support to access Welsh Youth Parliament, British and Irish Parliamentary Assembly, European and become one of our trustees leading Wales and ensuring young people are at the heart of decision making.
Here is how you could get involved with Llais ifanc
Welsh Youth Parliament
What issues would you like to see the Welsh Youth Parliament discuss?
Support for Young People
Are you looking for support?
Our Partners & Opportunities
We are always seeking partnerships and opportunities for young people in Wales
Heard everything you need to know? Then what are you waiting for? Sign up and join Llais Ifanc today! We can’t wait for you to become part of the team.
Find out more
If you would like to find out more about Llais Ifanc, get in touch with us today! Contact us, the young people behind Llais Ifanc, we are always happy to answer your questions.
READ WHAT WE'VE BEEN UP TO IN OUR LATEST NEWSLETTER
Need information? Want advice? Wish you had support?
Contact Meic. Meic is the helpline service for children and young people up to the age of 25 in Wales.