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Sunday, 7 February 2016

Posted by Parveen Hassan
| 00:31
CWH pledges our voices to support The National Voter Registration Drive; a party neutral campaign ran by Bite the Ballot which encourages those not already on the electoral roll to register to vote.

Historically, young people have been less likely to register to vote than those in other age groups. 

Electoral Commission conducted research which indicated that more than 30% of 18-24 year olds are not registered to vote compared to less than 5% of those aged over 65.

“We need to encourage the education spectrum to discuss the importance of voter registration with students and to explore how politics interacts across all walks of life.” CWH works via social media and platforms to engage its users.

It is vital that the young people of our future generation of voters in our country understand democracy and how far politics impacts on local decision making which reflects diverse communities.