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7 September, 2009

Competition invites young people to give their thoughts on the justice system

The Attorney General has launched an exciting competition to give young people (aged 14-18) the opportunity to talk about their opinions and ideas on the justice system in the UK.

Entrants need to submit a video at www.youtube.com/agyouthnet to answer the following question:

If you had five minutes to talk with the Attorney General on what should be different in the UK today, what would you say?

The competition closes at midnight on Wednesday 16th September and the Attorney General will select up to 30 top entries, those selected will be announced on the 22nd September at a launch event in London. The winning entrants will be invited to become members of the Attorney General's Youth Advisory Council. The first meeting of the Youth Advisory Council will be held by November. The top three entries will also receive an Attorney General award.

This is a chance to be recognised and to make a real difference. The Attorney General will write to those selected for the Attorney General Youth Advisory Council, their head teachers and local MP's congratulating them on their achievement.





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