Brum Youth Trends is a report which asks young people in Birmingham what they think and feel about themselves, each other and the city and shares that insight with the people who can make a significant change. This is about better-designed products, services, spaces, programmes and ideas that benefit the lives of young people in Birmingham for the better.
The survey is for young people aged between 14-25 who live in Birmingham and Beatfreeks who are managing the report engagement process would love to engage with a wide diversity of young people. They would like to come to schools where they can talk to young people and offer a twenty-five minute session where they will talk to the young people about democracy and citizenship and get them to fill out the survey.
The deadline has been extended. If you are a school or youth organisation that would be like to be involved in this process please contact Zeddie Lawal before 30 April. Beatfreeks will invite the young people and organisations involved to the Summit Event on 10 October 2018, when the results of the survey will be presented.
You can read the 2017 report here.