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30:fifteen featured in Creative Talent Magazine

In 30fifteen on April 23, 2013 at 11:05 am

New women’s tennis wear line 30:fifteen’s feature article in Creative Talent Magazine.

 

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Celebrities Support Young Londoners for Bite The Ballots #YouthVoteLondon

In Bite The Ballot on March 30, 2012 at 3:40 pm

Bite the Ballot supported by Spirit Of London Awards, UpRise and The Community Channel’s London360 launches ‘Youth Vote London’.  Bite The Ballot’s campaign is calling on young people to be a part of the biggest voting registration rally ever held in the UK, on 14th March, at the legendary Ministry of Sound from 12 noon to 5 p.m.  The aims of the day are to inspire young people to register, be an active part of the UK’s democracy and use the power of their vote to create the changes they need and want. Edutainment will include special guest-speakers, mayoral candidates, Ken Livingston, Brian Paddock, Jenny Jones, actors, musicians, comedians and DJs.

Youth Vote London’s supporters include Alesha Dixon, Ashley Walters, Estelle, Twilight’s Judi Shekoni, Labrinth, Westlife’s Mark Feehily, Rizzle Kicks, Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills, Treasure Island’s Shaun Parkes, Eastenders’ Preeya Kalidas, Tanya Franks, Tinie Tempah and Wretch32.

Speaking out to encourage young people to support ‘Youth Vote London’, Tinie Tempah said, ”Lead the change and register to vote on 14th April. Be part of the solution; use your vote.  Young people are the future and have the power to make a change!”

Young Londoners sign up free here! 

 

 

The UK’s Campaign ‘Bite The Ballot’ makes politics ‘Simple, Personal and Fun’

In Bite The Ballot, Michael Sani on June 20, 2011 at 2:24 pm

Actor Michael Sani launched the campaign ‘Bite The Ballot’ in the UK to help get young people interested in politics.  His aim is to close the gap on the massive 60% of young people who don’t vote and make it ‘simple, personal and fun’.  His campaign can be likened to ‘Rock The Vote’ in America and has been called ‘Fantastic’ but the Deputy Prime Minister ‘Nick Clegg’.  Here the press talk about this fantastic campaign:

To read more from Frost magazine click here: http://frostmagazine.com/2010/10/young-people-in-politcs-part-3-young-people-bite-the-ballot/