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Youth MPs and Deputy Youth MPs

Youth MPs and Deputy Youth MPs

Camden students Aya Elgool and Samir Qurashi (pictured left, above) were elected as the borough’s two new Youth MPs on 11 July 2022, following a two-week election in schools and youth centres.

Aya and Samir, both 16, attend Regent High School and are both members of Camden Youth Council.

Camden's two new Deputy Youth MPs are Rebecca Stamp, 15, a student at Haverstock School, and Hdayet Otaky (pictured right, above), 16, also of Regent High School.

Speak up for young people in care

Backchat logo If you are a young person from Camden and you have a social worker, this website is for you. Visit backchatonline.org.uk

Camden Youth Council

Shout out

Help to represent young people in Camden and make change happen by joining Camden Youth Council.

Youth Council members, aged 13 to 19, help to mobilise the youth of Camden – getting them involved in local democracy and events.

Things to do

Youth clubs, summer activities, sport and physical activity, arts and culture