Get Involved

Get Involved
Since 2014, annual #iwill Weeks have brought together thousands of individuals and organisations to champion young people as leaders of change. In the run up to and during #iwillWeek 2020, 16-20 November, we’re asking you to…

LEARN from each other’s progress across different sectors and nations:

  • Share your stories of, and what you’ve learnt about the #PowerOfYouth on your social media channels (including by inviting a young person to takeover your social media), on your website, in the press and/or by running an event during #iwillWeek

CHALLENGE yourself and others to empower more children and young people to get involved in social action:

  • Provide a platform for young people you work with and your organisation leaders to challenge those they think should be doing more to embrace the #PowerOfYouth. Share some honest reflections on what more you’ll be doing in your organisation or in your life to grow the #PowerOfYouth.

LEAD by signing up to the Power of Youth Charter to take the #iwill movement to the next level:

  • Share your commitments and encourage others to sign up using the graphics in the pack below.
Resources Pack
There are loads of resources in the pack below for you to use to help you celebrate and take part in the week, inlcuding:

Graphics and GIFs to put in your blogs or news stories, or on your social media. There are general graphics, and graphics specific to #PowerOfYouth Festival suitable for use across Facebook, Twitter, Instragram posts and stories, LinkedIn and on your website/blogs.

‘How-to’ Guides to help you run an event, record videos, write blogs, do vlogs and write case studies if you want to create new content for the week. Remember, #iwillWeek is also a chance to share or re-use stories about social action that you want to shout about again.

Draft copy for your social media.

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