Camden Youth MP Election candidates 2020 - Camden Rise

Get involved - have your say, make a difference
Get involved - have your say, make a difference

Camden Youth MP Election 2022

Young people across Camden will go to the polls from 27 June to 10 July 2022 to elect new Camden Youth MPs and Deputy Youth MPs. 

There are eight candidates. You can watch their videos on this page and vote for up to two of the candidates here. You can use your unique voting code to vote for up to two of the candidates. Please ask your Camden school or youth centre for the code.

Youth MPs and Deputy Youth MPs

The two Youth MPs and two Deputy Youth MPs (four young people in total) have a two-year term and are the voice for Camden young people, seeking to put forward their interests in local decision-making, as well as representing the views and interests of local young people at regional and national level through the UK Youth Parliament (UKYP).

Watch: a short film about what it's like to be Camden's Youth MP

Your newly-elected Youth MP and Deputy Youth MPs will:

  • lead Camden Youth Council 
  • attend regional and national events 
  • attend the UKYP national meeting to decide on future campaigns 
  • attend the UKYP event at the House of Commons to debate and vote on national campaigns 
  • meet senior Council officers, councillors and other local decision-makers 
  • visit schools and youth clubs 
  • oversee the progress of the issues outlined by young people at the annual Camden Shout Out 
  • represent the views of local young people at a range of council and community meetings.

The Youth MP election is organised by staff in Camden’s youth service and local young people. 

To find out look out for updates on this website, please email

Hdayet Otaky – campaign video

Zara Loyas – campaign video

Samir Qurashi – campaign video

Aya Elgool – campaign video

Zarin Bakhshzaad – campaign video

Lily Schauer's campaign video

Rebecca Stamp's campaign video