Become A Bite Back Activist

A group of young people outside in a field holding protest signs that read 'Fuel Us, Don't Fool Us', 'Don't Hide What's Inside', 'Fork The System', at the front of the group, there is a young Asian woman with long black hair wearing an emerald green shirt with a black tshirt underneath. She is holding a sign as she looks off to the side.

Do you want to join our movement and fight for the health of a generation? Are you between 14-17 years old and passionate about fighting for a fairer food system? If so, we’re looking for you!


of children have their future health at risk

Our environment is being flooded with junk food. We believe that we can change the future of our generation’s health by fighting for a fairer food system. That’s where you come in.


Bite Back is a place where young people have a voice that is respected and heard. We share our ideas and our own experiences and create powerful opportunities for change-makers.

Becoming an activist as part of Bite Back means that you’ll build friendships with other awesome young activists while developing your skills as part of a national movement.

The good news is that it’s totally free! All expenses are covered.

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Applications Are Open!

Complete our simple application process at the link below. It takes 5 minutes! Applications closing on 2nd June 2024.

What Will It Involve?

If you’re selected for our Youth Board you will be offered year-round training and support. This includes developing your leadership skills, campaigning, media and employability.

All activists will meet as a group twice each year, including at our residential training days in the summer of 2024 and at the end-of-year party in December. In between you’ll have regular online meetings where you will work on campaign planning and development, skills building, meeting inspirational speakers and one to ones with our youth team.

This might involve:

  • Speaking with or writing for local media — newspapers, radio or television.
  • Meeting your local MP, mayor, councillors or business leaders.
  • Organising a stunt, petition or campaign to raise awareness of the issues you care about.
  • Making creative social media content to spread the word about your campaign.
  • Doing research into the food system in your local community.
  • Developing your skills including: communication, team building, leadership and writing, amongst many others

Applications from young people who are eligible for free school meals, or are from minority ethnic backgrounds are particularly welcomed. All expenses for the programme are covered, and if there are any adjustments you need that would make you more comfortable applying or participating, just reach out to us on

Join Us!

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Complete our simple application process at the link below. It takes 5 minutes! Applications closing on 2nd June 2024.

Meet Some Of Our Youth Board

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