- wantingthe media to run stories about the positive contributions that many young people make to society
- the need for government to improve play facilities for children and young people with disabilities
- the need for government to address prejudice and discrimination against children and young people from ethnic minority backgrounds (e.g. Irish Travellers and the Roma community)
- the need to protect children and young people from being treated differently because they are young
Youth@clc's views will be included in the UK State's Report to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child which is due for examination by the Committee in 2016. Youth@clc will also be working on and sending their own separate report to the Committee, along with other groups of young people and voluntary and community groups who work with children and young people, to ensure that that the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child get a full picture of what our government still needs to do to ensure that Children's Rights become a reality for everyone.