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Some cookies are essential to allow the website to work properly. Power2Youth uses a cookie called ’_session_id’ which helps us authenticate users when they come back to our website.
Functional cookies allow a website to provide additional services by remembering your preferences and settings. Power2Youth use a cookie called ’_power2youth_cookie_notice’ to keep track of whether you have chosen to hide the Cookie Notice at the foot of the screen.
Power2Youth also uses a cookie named __unam to enable sharing of content across various social networks. It counts clicks and shares of a page