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All London Voices

In May 2016, Londoners elected a new mayor for their city.
 

The Coalition of Race Equality Organisations (CORE)  wanted to make sure the views of young people from London’s minority ethnic communities were heard. To do this, a new initiative was launched called  All London Voices  to involve young Londoners in the run-up to the elections. CORE did this by:

• Holding a husting with the Mayoral candidates
• Organising focus groups 
• Carrying out an on-line survey for young BME Londoners. 
• Producing an e-manifesto highlighting the actions young people wanted London’s new Mayor to prioritise.

The manifesto was developed focusing on themes from an online survey asking young people across London their views on what the priorities should be for the new Mayor. More than 200 young people from diverse backgrounds responded, with over 70% coming from London’s BAME communities. 
 
An infographic based on the manifesto can be downloaded here
 
The final report of All London Voices can be downloaded here
 
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