Sessions ran in February 2020 for young people aged 15-30 years* to take part in discussions on what consent means to us, and to write, collectively, a manifesto for consent, which was presented to an invited audience of decision makers and young people, at City Hall in Bradford in March 2020.
This project encouraged young people to make an influence on how consent is learned, discussed and acted on in Bradford and beyond, as part of our ongoing work towards building consent culture and the International Day of Consent #IDoConsent
Led by specialist (and young person) Sophie G Collins, together with a team of creatives and consent specialists, sessions explored:
- Digital Consent
- Bodily and Sexual Consent
- Political Consent
*European standard definition