University launches project to collate millennial views on Brexit
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Brexit has been a constant in the UK’s headlines since the referendum in 2016, with discussions around exactly what it means and should mean being continuously debated, because quite simply, no one yet knows what it means for British people. In reaction, the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has launched a crowdsourcing project inspiring millennials in Britain and the EU to help shape the upcoming Brexit negotiations. The social media-based project hopes to engage 3,000 millennials aged 35 and under. The project is a partnership with the 1989 Generation Initiative, an open policy network that produces innovative policy proposals through a mix of crowdsourcing, events and dialogue between students, researchers and political leaders.
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