Kirsty Day, Director at Media Cubs, said: “It was inspiring to see so many young people in one room coming up with brilliant ideas and having the confidence to stand up and share their thoughts and views. We are thrilled to be able to support Manchester to achieve Child Friendly City status.”
Councillor Garry Bridges, Executive Member for Children and Schools, Manchester City Council, said: “This is the first step in an important journey for Manchester that is going to transform the city and improve everyday life for our children and young people.
“We’ve long considered ourselves to be a place that respects and values our young people, but we want to be at the top of our game in this and up there amongst the world’s leading child friendly cities.
“We’re putting children and young people at the heart of decision-making in the city- where they will be listened to, respected and able to influence decisions. We want to empower young people so that they can help us make our city better- for themselves and for future generations.”
Find out more about Child Friendly Manchester here.
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