How to have your voice heard at the G7 summit

Offering 10,000 young people from across the country the chance to have their voice heard with G7 world leaders, by taking their seat #atthetable and participating in a huge, UK wide survey.

How to have your voice heard at the G7 summit

The Future Leaders Network is offering 10,000 young people from all backgrounds and all parts of the U.K. the opportunity to take their seat at the global decision making table and have their voice heard by G7 leaders.

The G7 (Group of 7) is a gathering of world leaders from seven of the most advanced nations (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States, with the European Union holding a permanent seat). It meets annually to discuss solutions to the most pressing shared issues. In 2021, the U.K. hosts the G7 Presidency and the Leaders Summit will be hosted on 11 - 13 June, in Carbis Bay, Cornwall.

In line with the U.K.’s Presidency, the Future Leaders Network is hosting the official youth summit (Y7) for the G7. Over 50 young leaders from across the seven countries will meet for a Youth 7 Summit in early May, and will develop policy recommendations that will be presented to G7 leaders.

We are seeking your views on the big issues that matter to you and the actions you want to see G7 leaders take. All you need to do is fill in this survey or sign up to attend a focus group by signing up here.

We want to champion the #youthvoice by ensuring 10,000 have their seat #atthetable through our public consultation. We hope you’ll join us!

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