Tue, Nov 20 2018

Common Futures Forum,

Plexal, England, United Kingdom Plexal, England, United Kingdom

  • About the event

    The aim of the Common Futures Forum (CFF) is to build conversations across communities and generations. 

    CFF will bring together 200 young people from across the UK and Europe to discuss the future relationship between the UK and EU. 

    CFF will be partnering with the All-party Parliamentary Group on a Better Brexit for Young People to host MPs across the political spectrum, as well as policy-makers ranging from Council leaders to civil servants.


    Why should you sponsor?

    Due to MLMS' expertise in engaging young people of diverse and unique backgrounds, plus those who would not ordinarily attend a political event, sponsors will have the opportunity to promote their brand among young people who they may previously have not had access to.

    Presence at the CFF will also enable sponsors to find new partners, engage with like-minded professionals, gather research and recruit new members or supporters.

    The CFF will be extremely high-profile, with speakers to include Sadiq Khan, Lily Allen, JME and others. MLMS is well known in the press for innovative, dynamic and different events that engage a wide variety of youth - so will undoubtedly enhance a brand's visibility in all different types of media, leading to excellent brand reputation.

    Ultimately a spot at the CFF can offer sponsors a greater return on investment and hold out good prospects for the future.

    Christa Haindl

    My Life My Say is a youth-led, non-partisan, national movement on a mission to secure a better Brexit for young people.

    MLMS is best known for championing the voice of 4.5 million young Brits in the Brexit negotiations through our outreach events, research, and advocacy work leading the All-Party Parliamentary Group on a Better Brexit for Young People (APPG-BBYP).

    MLMS has also been widely recognised by the media and Westminster as a significant contributor to the high youth turnout at the 2017 UK General Elections.


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  • 101-250 attendees expected

    50% Male Attendees

    50% Female Attendees

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