On the 12th of December 2017, 7 alumna of Mulberry School for Girls hosted an event called Youth Got the Power. They worked with the charity Stand Up Speak Out to curate the event which aimed to bring together young people from across London with individuals from varying political backgrounds to discuss issues that matter the most to the youth as well as why youth engagement in politics is so low. The panel consisted of Professor Tim Bale from Queen Mary, QMSU President Yas Yeahia, SOAS Law student and Young Star 2016 Nusrath Hassan, Bristol Politics student Ife Grillo and former Director of Communications to Ex PM David Cameron Giles Kenningham MBE. We were also privileged to be joined by the spoken word poet Anthony Anaxagorou who performed a piece for us. The event led to engaging debate and discussion with an excellent networking opportunity for the school students and the panellists.
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Thank you to all 17 schools who attended the Global Classrooms MUN conference here @MulberryTH. Your Delegates brought energy and precision to the two days of debate and resolutions passed were a resounding success! We hope to see you all in July.
On Tuesday @MulberryTH met with a range of organisations, universities & other education providers such as @QMUL @Place2Be @KPMG @TfL @GoldsmithsUoL & many more. Year 7-12 had the opportunity to find out more about Post-16 options and Post-18 options. #AspirationInspiration
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