Make your mark 2024

What is it?

Make your mark is a nationwide consultation for all young people aged 11-18.  Young people have 10 topics which that can vote from.  The results will be shared nationally and will also be broken down regionally, helping to inform and influence the UK youth parliament, local authorities, commissioning, education and health services. 

When is it?

Voting is now live and will close Thursday 8th March 6pm.

On Thursday 21st March all results for Make Your Mark will be announced.

How to get involved and useful resources.

Young people living in Stoke-on-Trent can vote online.

Young people can cast their vote here. Please share this far and wide as it gives young people an opportunity to vote on subjects important to them.

Young people can also vote using the QR code (this image can be printed and displayed in a location of your choice).

Make Your Mark Topics

The Make Your Mark 2024 ballot paper will include ten topics which have been selected by the UK Youth Parliament Steering Group, in consultation with their local MYPs.  Please click here to see the document which provides practical examples of these topics:

  • Education and Learning
  • International Relations
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Rights, Equalities, and Democracy
  • Jobs, the Economy and Benefits
  • Crime and Safety
  • Culture, Media, Sport
  • Climate Change and the Environment
  • Transport
  • Youth Work and Young People’s Services

Before asking young people to vote, here is a video that can be shared, providing an overview and reasons to get involved. 

Afterwards check out this video.  This will outline the 10 subjects along with examples and what it might mean to them.