APPG to discuss sexual harassment in schools

Published: 03.01.18
Categories: Uncategorized

Wednesday 7th February, 6.00pm-8.00pm
Committee Room 6, House of Commons

Dear colleague,

I am writing to invite you to the next meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Youth Affairs on Wednesday 7th February 2018 at 6.00pm in Committee Room 6, House of Commons.

The group is holding its first meeting of the 2018 and will be focusing on Tackling Sexual Harassment in Schools. The meeting will explore a number of topics around what young people, decision makers and other stakeholders can do to raise awareness of sexual harassment in schools and what can be done to tackle sexual harassment in schools.

As you will know, the APPG on Youth Affairs is an unusual group in that young people attend the meetings and there is usually a lively debate between them and the Parliamentarians present. We hope that this meeting will be an interactive and informal forum in which attendees will discuss the issues that matter to young people.

I hope that you and the young people you work with are able to join us to take part in this event. If you have any young people in your organisation who would like to come could you please contact the group’s secretariat to reserve a place by emailing francesca.danmole@byc.org.uk.

Yours sincerely

Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP

Chair

All-Party Parliamentary Group on Youth Affairs

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