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  • National Youth Rights Association: America's largest and most successful youth rights organization. NYRA supports rights for all youth including lowering the drinking age, lowering the voting age, repealing curfews, and combating age discrimination.
  • Americans for a Society Free from Age Restrictions (ASFAR): Organization dedicated to protecting and advancing the legal civil rights of youth; opposes voting age restrictions, curfews, and others laws which it considers age discrimination.
  • Association for Children's Suffrage: Student organization at Brown University challenging the voting age through lobbying, public meeting, and media.
  • B418.com: A site by Teens to defend Teens' Rights: B418.com believes that teens have to take all the responsibilities of a Liberal Democracy without all rights that differentiate democracy from autocracy. Through out activities we aim to change this so with responsibilities come rights.
  • Campaign for a Democratic Future: A `group` of teenagers seeking the right to vote in city and town elections.
  • ChildAdvocate.org: A web `resource` that brings attention to the human rights of young people, with a focus on educating the public about overlooked forms of child maltreatment such as corporal punishment and detrimental schooling.
  • JustAct: Youth Action for Global Justice: Promoting youth leadership and action for global justice. Details of the programmes and network.
  • K.R.Ä.T.Z.Ä. (KinderRÄchTsZÄnker): German site for equal rights for people under the age of 18: voting rights, and democratic education. [Multilingual]
  • LAFAA (Legalize Alcohol For All Adults): A special interest `group` who's goal is to lower the drinking age and teach youths responsible drinking.
  • Legal Drinking Age: Lists minimum legal drinking ages in countries around the world and presents essays by researchers on drinking age issues.
  • Libertarian Rock: Libertarian Rock fights against lifestyle laws, such as teen curfews, which are written by intolerant politicians.
  • National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984: An article analyzing the National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984, which reveals that this law only addresses the purchase or possession of alcohol by those under age 21, not its consumption by them.
  • Peace Fire: Youth against internet censorship.
  • Speaking out Against 'Teen Help' Facilities: True stories of abusive 'Teen Help' facilities, and links.
  • Students Against Name Tags Association (SANTA): Opposes mandatory identification tags worn around the neck in public schools. Specifically Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Florida.
  • Survey of North American Youth Rights (SNAYR): The Freechild Project has developed the SNAYR to study the implications, impacts, and outcomes of the youth rights movement. Includes information and history on the rights and issues facing youth, rights of students in schools, advancing the rights of youth, youth suffrage, the liberation of youth, addressing adultism, and a unique self-guided research library.
  • Teen Vote: Campaign to lower the United States universal voting age to 15 and extend conditional voting rights to younger people. It includes arguments about why the voting age should be lowered.
  • The Legal Drinking Age: Gives key facts, provides links, offers a poll, and includes an analysis paper on whether or not the drinking age should be lower.
  • YR Fire: ASFAR's collaborative web site for the youth rights community. Discuss news and philosophy, share stories, write essays, and plan protests, on topics such as the voting age, compulsory education, the drinking age, and youth curfews.
  • Youth Rights: Informational site on the rights of abused youth, and alternatives to running away.
  • Youth Rights Media: Youth Rights Media is an organization dedicated to making youth aware of their rights in difficult situations. YRM uses video based, peer-taught, presentations created by law students, to get its message across.
  • Youth on Board: Through trainings, workshops, and publications, Youth on Board prepares youth to be leaders and decision-makers in their communities and strengthens relationships between young people and adults.
  • YouthSpeak: Organization promoting the youth right to vote in the United States.

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