UPP Hosts Youth Forum as Part of UPP-Liftment Week

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Progressive Youth, the youth arm of the United Progressive Party (UPP) will convene a Youth Public Forum under the theme YOUR VOICE MATTERS. This event will be held on Sunday December 4th at 6pm at Freedom Hall on Lower Newgate Street.

 

The Youth Public Forum is part of a series of events that will celebrate UPPLiftment Week and highlight the UPP’s main message of “Relief, Recovery and Shared Prosperity.”

 

The event will feature a Networking Reception at 6pm and a Discussion moderated by social media influencer J.Truth and attorney-at-law Chandera Codrington. It will also feature a panel of UPP Candidates and a participative space for young people to contribute their ideas and provide feedback on the UPP’s youth policy development.

 

“This is an opportunity for the youth voices to share their knowledge and expertise and to ask important questions about the UPP’s plans for youth development, housing, jobs, entrepreneurship, education, sports and other issues,” said Hon. Jamale Pringle, Leader of the Opposition.

 

As Antiguans and Barbudans prepare to go the polls, the UPP will release some of the Party’s youth policies and programs.

According to UPP Political Leader, Harold Lovell, throughout the past year, the UPP has been in full listening mode to ensure that voters have a bigger voice in decisions that affect all aspects of their lives.

 

“The lack of jobs has been identified as one of the main issues affecting our youth.  The economy is not producing enough jobs for people entering the workforce force and those most affected are our young people. We will present new policies to address underemployment and skills mismatch to address job creation among our youth,” Lovell said.

 

About Progressive Youth

 

The Progressive Youth is the youth arm of the United Progressive Party(UPP).

Its members are youth who are 15 to 35 years old.

 

The mission of the Progressive Youth is to empower young people through our five-point thematic focus P.E.A.C.E.  :

1) P rovide a medium to express their needs and concerns

2) E ducate on the workings of our democracy

3) A ssist and advance their efforts to help those in need

4) C reate a movement United by the same goal

5) E nsure the interest of our youth is prioritised by those in power.

 

Contact info: [email protected]

(268)736-4551

 

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12 COMMENTS

  1. Win over the youth and win the election. Too many young people are out of work. They need to find jobs and support to start a little business. Good initiative, let the youth have their say!

  2. Sure these youths can spell GRATEFUL. Y not put one of them instead of the BANKRUPT clown 😒

    Pearl “FOOTS” Quinn
    EMPTY HEAD GLADYS POTTER icecream 🍦 scooper
    DUNCEY BAT Peter REDZ
    Jamale DEAD DARG Pringle

  3. What do these youths have to say about UPP propping up a CONVICTED PEDOPHILE who molested one of their own??

    IAN MAGIC HUGHES is still received with open arms among the UPP. Radio host and Sean Bird 🐦 Campaign Manger.

    “The court was told that the violation had impacted the young victim so severely, she wanted to end her life and had engaged in self mutilation”

    https://antiguaobserver.com/magic-jailed-for-sex-crime/

  4. @ Hmmm
    Copy cat. Coggers. Visionless.
    ABLP have no original ideas. because the UPP is having a YOUTH FORUM, THE ABLP run a to have a YOUTH FORUM

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