Politics impacts us and our daily lives, so it is vital that we are able to get involved and have our say. This section highlights different ways to get involved in politics, from signing a petition, to voting in an election.
10 Ways To Get Involved In Politics
Here are 10 ways that you could get involved in politics. Click the titles for more details about the ways to get involved.
Here is a collection of some of the latest opportunities to get involved in politics and social action. Click the titles for more details.
Making your voice heard is a key part of getting involved in politics.
At The Speaker, we offer the opportunity for young people to share their opinion on our site, whether to make their voice heard or to practice their writing. Find out more and submit your writing here.
The Borgen Project is an international organization that advocates for the world’s poor, currently recruiting for their voluntary political affairs programme – see LinkedIn for more details.
The Speaker is actively looking for new editors to join its team and support its social not-for-profit mission. If you’re passionate about empowering young people and making politics accessible for the wider public, please get in touch.
The Digital Inclusion Research Hub exists to advance understandings of the effects of the digital divide on the UK economy, communities, and individuals.
The Hub is focused on three main projects including the Labour Market, Health and Healthcare, and Civic Participation, and is currently looking for policy researchers.
The Next Gen Conference is all about inspiring young minds and forging connections. Key themes include mental health, the climate crisis, digital activism and encouraging young people to vote and make their voices heard. Find out more and secure a free ticket here.
We aim to update this list of opportunities regularly. If you know of an opportunity you’d like us to share, please get in touch.