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You can have your say on which public transport services you use the most until Feb 2nd 2015.
We are pleased to welcome you to our new forum. With your help, we will build our "tribe" of people and organisations that together can make a difference to young people in Surrey. If you are browsing Communilab for the first time, you will see only our Discuss and Diary forums.
40 Degreez in Farnham wants to encourage young people to raise awareness of issues that affect their peers. Young people live and study alongside friends who have image problems, and who are self-harming.
Posted by a member's employee's: My child is suffering from anxiety and I am looking for counselling or other gentle support and encouragement to get her back on track. The staff at school who are responsible for pastoral care are doing their best with limited resources.
The new campaign This Girl Can, to encourage women to get involved in sport without worrying about their body image is very welcome, but it needs to be extended to young people particularly teenagers in school.
Leatherhead Youth Project: We have disadvantaged teenagers who need people to open their eyes to a world of work that they have never seen before. Can you help us do that?
The Pictures: It can be very challenging for creative young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to get started in creative industries. How can we link more effectively with Surrey education?
Communilab's mission is to improve the lives of people under the age of 25 in Surrey by connecting the organisations that directly or indirectly affect young people. The Communilab network will provide various services including an online discussion blog, an online forum and workshops.
Engaging Young People in Politics
Young People need to be encouraged to engage in politics and have their voices heard, especially in the fast changing world in which we all live.
There are several ways for young people to become involved: