Jermain Jackman

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Jermain Jackman, born and raised in Hackney, east London, combines his musical talent with his role as a political activist. Jackman first caught the nation’s attention after winning BBC talent show The Voice in 2014.

Through his work as the Chair of the Young Futures Commission and his advising capacity with the National Citizens Service, Jermain is raising awareness of how the youth of London are feeling disenfranchised and left without opportunities. Jermain’s work focuses on enacting change, doing so by going into youth clubs, schools and estates, not simply to talk to young people, but, crucially, to listen to them.

Jermain’s approach is finding out what the issues are in the lives of young people as the first step towards finding and delivering solutions. As someone who has come far at a young age himself, Jermain is a strong believer in the power of change: ‘I have always wanted to change the world…No dream is too big and no role is too far.’

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  • Jermain is currently working on a range of exciting projects