Brent Youth Parliament elect new committee

The new exectutive say they will fight to protect youth services

Brent Youth Parliament (BYP) has elected five new executive members including a new chairman, 18 -year-old Kishan Parshotam.

Kishan, who won 65 per cent of the vote, said: “Being elected as chairman was a massive surprise. It was great to see everyone getting thoroughly engaged with the election process.”

“With young people being affected so much by the cuts both locally and nationally, BYP will aim to protect the services we need.”

Four other BYP members were also elected: Adam Massoud, 16, from St. Michael’s Project in Stonebridge, Seyedeh Banei-Moniri, 15, from Crest Girls’ Academy in Neasden, Cassandra Cheng, 17, from Claremont High School in Kenton and Kyron Jevonte-Greenwood, 13, from Stadium Housing Association Youth Club.


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