ATYC is run by young people for young people and is supported by The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.
ATYC member Charly Southern, 17, from Childwall, said: "I don't think the legislation is working, as although it is illegal for shopkeepers to sell cigarettes to anyone under the age of 18, it is not illegal for 16 or 17-year-olds to smoke them.
The logo competition is the first step to making ATYC
If there are any young smokers out there and would like help and advice, I would urge them to contact ATYC
was launched on World No Tobacco Day last year by the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, and aims to give young people the knowledge to tackle issues around smoking and the tobacco industry.
CAMPAIGN: Members of Liverpool ATYC
group with Everton FC star James McFadden - from the left, Chris Widdowson, Joshua Keiley, Emma Taylor, Ross Taylor, Hannah Keiley, Charly Southern and Jake Cureton
The young people we've been working with to develop ATYC
feel very strongly about smoking issues and plan to take action to make sure their voice is heard.
The RCLCF actively helps to educate children in schools throughout the country about the dangers of smoking and encourages young people to campaign against tobacco through its educational programmes KATS (Kids Against Tobacco Smoke), and ATYC
(Anti-Tobacco Youth Campaign).