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Registration goes live for Common Futures Forum 2021

Updated: Nov 29, 2021


26th October, LONDON - TODAY, My Life My Say launched registration to the number one spot for young people: Common Future’s Forum (CFF) to be held at Plexal, HERE East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London on November 27th, 2021.


The Forum will be held at Plexal and will be streamed live on our website as well as on our Twitter, Instagram and YouTube accounts. Registration is free and available here.


CFF returns: MORE topics, INSPIRING speakers, BIGGER than ever.


This year’s Forum will be hosted by prominent KISS FM presenter Swarzy Macaly. Speakers will range from Gina Martin, women’s rights campaigner and author to Ty Logan the actor, comedian and all-round influencer together with Nathan Law, a pro-democracy advocate and politician from Hong Kong with many more announcements coming soon!


CFF will host a range of talks and insightful lab sessions, together with exploring youth-led solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing society through our globally-renowned Democracy Cafés.


The Forum is open to all, at no cost to participants.


Launched by the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan in November 2018, CFF has brought together more than 1,000 young people from across the UK and Europe to help explore youth-led solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing society. The CFF brought together those at the forefront of tech, business, politics and society: from cultural icons, influencers to decision makers.


The Forum gathers young people, world leaders, visionaries, policymakers and academics annually to establish a new approach to economic, political and community life.


#OwnYourFuture


My Life My Say aims to provide young people with a platform to empower themselves as they emerge from the coronavirus pandemic. The last 18 months has taken its toll on young people and CFF will explore youth-led solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing society ranging from climate change, mental health, women’s empowerment and building trust in politics.


CFF is an incredible experience to find inspiration and connect with young people, leading activists, business people, influencers and political figures from across the UK, as you learn the most exciting ways to bring your best ideas to life and own your future.


“In a year defined by so many challenges, we’re thrilled to be bringing so many young people and inspiring speakers together again to discuss and explore youth-led solutions to the big issues facing future generations,” said Mete Coban, CEO of My Life My Say. “Mapping out ideas, sharing experiences, and empowering our young people to own their future is more important now than ever. It’s what CFF is all about and is at the core of our mission at My Life My Say: creating spaces and providing platforms to young people who are often overlooked.”


About My Life My Say


My Life My Say (MLMS) is a youth-led, non-partisan charity on a mission to empower young people to participate in democracy, by creating spaces for dialogue across communities and generations, and by providing young and socially excluded citizens with the tools to lead change within society.


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