The Factory at The MAC, Exchange Street
25th March: 2.00pm – 4.00pm

What do the next generation of voters want in return for their votes and support?

We speak to a selection of those who will decide the make-up of our elected assemblies in the future about the issues in Belfast and the world which move them. This discussion will be hosted by Jim Carroll from the Banter series of public talks and conversations. Since 2009, Banter has covered such topics as books, food, campaigning, photography, feminism, mindfulness, farming, Higgs boson, housing, nudge theory, innovation, football, politics, TV, climate change, cycling, new businesses, masculinity, craft beers, running, music festivals, David Bowie, technology, radio, Madonna and much, much more.

Katie Richardson (Goldie Fawn) is performing and taking part in a panel discussion with Fergal McFerran, President NUS-USI, Tara Connolly, chairperson, NI Youth Forum and Callum Curry, entrepreneur and founder of SUSSD.

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date & time

25th March
2.00pm–4.00pm
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venue

The Factory at The MAC, Exchange Street, BT1 2LS
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admission

This event is free: register below

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