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YEP Leeds campaign to champion children’s rights

JUMP FOR JOY: Pupils at Swinnow Primary School,  who are backing a partnership between the YEP and Leeds City Council to make Leeds one of the most child-friendly cities in the UK. PIC: Tony Johnson

JUMP FOR JOY: Pupils at Swinnow Primary School, who are backing a partnership between the YEP and Leeds City Council to make Leeds one of the most child-friendly cities in the UK. PIC: Tony Johnson

  • by Laura Bowyer
 

Today the Yorkshire Evening Post launches a major new campaign aimed at championing the rights of children across Leeds.

We are launching a wide-ranging survey aimed at improving the lives of youngsters of all ages in the city – and to give them a voice.

We are calling on schools, colleges, children and parents to join forces to back Child Friendly Leeds as part of our mission to give youngsters the best possible start in life.

Businesses are also being urged to sign a special pledge to give their assurances they will brighten the prospects for every child living in Leeds.

Putting children first to help shape city’s future: Click here for more details

DO YOU THINK LEEDS IS CHILD FRIENDLY? Click here to register and have your say on the stories and issues that matter to you

 

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