The campaign designed for young adults to have a say in the politics that directly affect them.
The VOTE16 project is a collaborative effort among Canadians who believe that students need a direct impact on politics and the decision making process. By giving young people aged 16 and 17 the right to vote, we are adding a new perspective to the democratic process. This means that more people will be out to the polls, and more opinions will be heard before decisions are made.
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Student Voice in Education.
School Board Trustee Election
On August 2nd 2013, Hirad Zafari wrote a column for the Globe & Mail about reducing the voting age for school board trustees, sparking a national conversation.