At the Roundhouse, they believe that listening to young people is only the starting point. Taking what they say seriously means that they can then work with young people, not just for them.

This applies right up to the top of the organisation. Put simply, your board of trustees should be representative of the people you serve. If your audience includes young people, then your board should too.

They’ve been recruiting young trustees to the Roundhouse board annually since 2005, putting them at the heart of their decision making, and are keen to encourage other arts organisations to follow suit. Not only does it make good business sense, but it provides brilliant opportunities for young people to lead early on in their careers...

Read more on the Roundhouse here.