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Youth for Equity and Solidarity (YES) Council Applications

The Youth for Equity and Solidarity Council (YES Council) is the NYC Commission on Human Rights’ council of young leaders, between the ages of 14 and 18, who are interested in working on human rights issues in New York City. These young leaders advise the Commission on how to expand engagement with young people and help guide youth programming and events by providing feedback on workshops and trainings, informing the Commission of issues and incidents related to bias and discrimination, and planning youth-related events. Commission staff support youth council members with trainings and other opportunities that help to build their advocacy and organizing skills using a human rights framework. Submit applications by June 30, 2024 via their online form.  

  • Date Posted

    May 22, 2024

  • Author

    Jennie Morrison

  • Organization

    NYC Commission on Human Rights

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