This chapter draws on findings from a two year ethnographic and participatory project following Team Future, a young people’s political campaign home-grown in Greater Manchester, UK. Focused particularly on agenda setting, engagement and listening, we offer insights into the value of, and potential challenges for, young people as political actors and activists. We also make the case for greater acknowledgement of age and generationality within debates about intersectionality, including how these meet with class and race in practices of and opportunities for political activism.