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A very powerful experience

Bethany Pringle reflects on the gifts of the National Youth Assembly ahead of the preparation for this year’s event which takes place next month.

THE first National Youth Assembly I attended was in 2013. I also attended the following year, and then returned in 2018 after a few years away.

At the end of NYA 2018 I was one of 18 delegates elected to be a youth rep. The first couple of times I attended as a delegate I was only just old enough to go and quite shy. We are put into small groups during the Assembly and I remember my small group leader asking if I would like to be a youth rep. I immediately came up with several excuses; I was too busy starting university, other people would do it better, it just wasn’t for me. By the time I came to apply this year those excuses had fallen away, and I felt moved to put my name forward.

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