Talkin bout Our Generation: Cambridge Commons partners with Cambridge News

Our-Generation-4We’re delighted to announce that The Cambridge Commons will be partnering with the Cambridge News on our upcoming assembly for young people, Talkin’ bout Our Generation.

The assembly at Friends Meeting House on 4 March 2017 will be a chance for Millennials in the city to air their views on their lives and futures in the city.

As part of the partnership, we will be running a series of articles in the paper that highlight the challenges faced by young people that we need to address in Cambridge.

In this first article, we ask “What would you do if you had the power to make Cambridge and Britain better places to live?”

The first article is available on the Cambridge News website here: http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/cambridge-news/talkin-bout-generation-getting-young-12587750.

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