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    London, UK
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    The mainstream media currently exists in an echo chamber where you have journalists talking to journalists and adults talking to adults; no adequate consideration and reflection of the views of young people. How do I know that? Because I am one of the disenfranchised youths. That is why I set up The Lobbyist; to use the news and current affairs to lobby the case of young people and with thought provoking content to generate an informed debate amongst young people and the wider public: We started small but in 7 months alone we've already reached 900 subscribers but we know we can do better. We want to start filming and uploading our interviews, we want to have professional sounding podcasts, a vibrant social media presence...we want to make something that young people can truly engage with. We want to make news fun again...Help us, make the news exciting



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        Kafui Okpattah

        Kafui Okpattah

        London, UK

        Editor in Chief of The Lobbyist and a young person who has been failed by the BBC, Sky News, The Guardian et al

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