An Executive Committee of 17 young people manage the Youth Forum.
The Executive Committee are responsible for the management of the Youth Forum. The Executive set the priorities for the Youth Forum and they employ a staff team to carry out this work.
Any young person who has been involved in working with the Youth Forum at any stage during the last two years can stand for a seat on our Executive Committee.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to find out more about how to do this.
The Committee for 2012/14 were elected at our AGM on 23rd June 2012. Details of the Committee are below.
If you want to contact any member of the Committee, please email email@example.com
Martin is a 22 year old law graduate from Queen’s University. During his degree he specialised in human rights law and youth justice. He’s been a member of the management committee of the youth forum for more than 4 years and is looking forward to providing leadership in the year ahead.
Rhiannon is 16 years old and lives in North Belfast. She is a pupil of Little Flower and is currently studying for her A levels. Rhiannon is a fluent Irish speaker and is very passionate about her language. She also plays for St Enda’s Gaa and views being part of NIYF as an opportunity to engage more people in the history of the Irish Language and encourage them to voice their vision for NI.
Eoighan is 21 years old and lives in North Belfast. He is a final year law student at the University of Ulster and has an interest in politics as well as human and civil rights law. In a financially difficult climate, he wants to ensure the Youth Forum is secure for the future.
Conor McAfee Conor is 16 and currently living in Cushendall on the North Coast of Antrim. He goes to Cross & Passion College and is in Year 12 studying Media and Sound technician. He is currently serving as Campaign Manager with two other committee members. Conor is a very active Youth Leader in his local area/community and is always willing to participate in youth schemes.
Conor is 16 and currently living in Cushendall on the North Coast of Antrim. He goes to Cross & Passion College and is in Year 12 studying Media and Sound technician. He is currently serving as Campaign Manager with two other committee members. Conor is a very active Youth Leader in his local area/community and is always willing to participate in youth schemes.
Rory is 16 and from Belfast. He was first elected to the Executive Committee in 2010, and has returned for another term. He is a Deputy Member of the UK Youth Parliament, a member of his School Council and a Junior Scout Leader. He enjoys campaigning and organising events, seeing both as great ways to get young people involved in decision making
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