The City of York Council's Economic and City Development Overview and Scrutiny Committee would like your help. They are looking for ideas and suggestions which would contribute to answering the following question:
How Can City of York Council help young people to get work?
Your ideas and suggestions can be posted below. These ideas may be used by the Committtee as evidence within their review work and as such they may appear in the public domain (in a different format to that posted on the website) as part of their final report.
The Economic and City Development Overview and Scrutiny Committee can make recommendations to the Cabinet where they think things could be improved for residents. They are looking for ‘smart’ ideas that focus on doing things differently in partnership with other organisations & groups within the City.
This question will be open until Friday 16th November and we'd like to hear from anyone who has any ideas on how this can be achieved.
We hope that the GeniUS!York community can help!
What is the Economic and City Development Overview and Scrutiny Committee?
The Local Government Act 2000 set out to modernise local government by ending the traditional committee system and replacing it with a system where decisions are taken by a small group of councillors known as Cabinet Members (similar to the Cabinet in central government).
Councillors who are not members of the Cabinet (known as non-executive members) act as watchdogs by examining Cabinet decisions, and the policies and performance of the Council. They can make recommendations to the Cabinet where they think things could be improved for residents. This function is called ‘Overview and Scrutiny’.
Overview & Scrutiny is designed to be non-party political and all Overview & Scrutiny Committees must be politically balanced.
Further in formation on the Committee can be found at the following links: