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in your idea. Often times they will actually have ideas that will make your program or your thing you’re creating to help them. They’ll make it better. I think it’s important that you centre young people’s experiences when designing programs for them. I think if you're already developing a program, create spaces where young people can provide their input. In terms of leading, there’s also something to

be said about not having a program created and just bringing young people together to say: What’s a priority for you? Where in our local community where do you want to see change? What opportunities do you see? What challenges do you see? What challenges do you want to address? I think there’s a lot of power in actually having young people think about the local context and what the challenges are and

then giving them the space to move forward and design, brainstorm and then coming up with a proposal with how they can potentially implement a solution. I think these are great questions that organizations are dealing with and for young people right now who may not have access to organizations like Brilliant Labs. Put your hand up and send your councillor, your MLA, MP notes to say… Are you Brilliant Labs Magazine Revue Labos Créatifs

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