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Evaluation of Community Mental Health Services (2022)

...2022 - October 2022 Scottish Youth Parliament and Children in Scotland supported a group of MSYPs to work as a peer investigation team to evaluate the mental health and wellbeing community support and services for 5–24-year-olds, their...


Leaders of Learning (2013-16)

Year of Young People 2018 (2017-2018)

...Planning Group Recommendations report Download report Blog Terri Smith MSYP, Chair of the Scottish Youth Parliament, talks about 2018 Year of Young People Read blog Year of Young People
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Reach website “an advice service like no other” – SYP

... Reach website “an advice service like no other” – SYP An online advice portal, designed by young people for young people, has received high praise from the Scottish Youth Parliament and is being recommended as a resource by all MSYP...

Enquire News Scottish Parliament

 “Outdoor centres are gateways to positive experiences which are otherwise closed to many”

...support the long-term sustainability of outdoor residential centres, we hear from Morven Bayton, MSYP for Scouts Scotland about why they are so vital for children and young people’s wellbeing and their futures. I’ve been lucky that I’ve had...


Children in Scotland Manifesto for the next UK Government

...of children, young people and their families at the heart of every decision made.” Jack Dudgeon MSYP, Chair of the Scottish Youth Parliament, who are supporting the Manifesto’s calls relating to Right and Democracy, Children and Young...


New phase of Children and Young People’s Panel on Europe will ensure young voices are heard in Brexit negotiations

...promote our voice since we are the generation that will be affected the most." Panel member and MSYP Jack Bell, aged 17, said: “The current political atmosphere is incredibly rich, yet dense; it's difficult to navigate, especially for a young...

Brexit children and young people Europe Participation Scottish Government Westminster

Work hard but keep a healthy work-life balance: wise words from our volunteer Hope as her month with us comes to an end

...the author Hope is 15 years old and lives in Orkney. She is currently the MSYP for Orkney Click to learn about SYP Week one blog Read Hope's blog from her first week volunteering at Children in...


Feel the fear and do it anyway: support from colleagues and new skills acquired during our volunteer's fourth week

...the author Hope is 15 years old and lives in Orkney. She is currently the MSYP for Orkney Click to learn about SYP Week one blog Read Hope's blog from her first week volunteering at Children in...


Self-care and a focus on our wellbeing makes us better colleagues: week three for our research volunteer

...the author Hope is 15 years old and lives in Orkney. She is currently the MSYP for Orkney Click to learn more about SYP Week one blog Read Hope's blog from her first week volunteering at Children in...


First-hand youth engagement and behind the scenes planning: week two for our research volunteer

...in Scotland. About the author Hope is 15-years-old and lives in Orkney. She is currently the MSYP for Orkney and one of the children’s commissioner’s young advisors. She is also on the Technology Enabled Care panel with Young Scot. Hope is...


Working on matters that are important to me has been so valuable: a week in the life of a research volunteer

...upcoming weeks. About the author Hope is 15-years-old and lives in Orkney. She is currently the MSYP for Orkney and one of the children’s commissioner’s young advisors. She is also on the Technology Enabled Care panel with Young Scot. Hope is...


25 Calls response: Youth work gives us vital opportunities, independence and access to non-formal education. Let’s protect it

...and access to non-formal education. We must protect it Responding to Call 6, Rosie Sumsion, MSYP for Helensburgh and Lomond, explains why a new Scottish Youth Parliament campaign is helping to prove youth work’s real value Call 6:...


#FMQTNextGeneration is back – find out how to get involved!

...one handy place, take a look at the Write To Them website (click to explore) (does not include MSYPs). However you get involved in FMQT Next Generation, let us know what you get up to by joining the conversation online using...


Pupils’ views in the spotlight, as exciting education initiative gets underway

...Scot’s corporate website About the Scottish Youth Parliament The Scottish Youth Parliament (SYP) represents Scotland’s young people. The charity’s vision for Scotland is of a nation that actively listens to and values the meaningful...


Meet the Design Team behind FMQT Next Generation

Get involved in FMQT Next Generation – the first event of its kind

...politicians in one handy place, take a look at the Write To Them website (does not include MSYPs). However you get involved in FMQT Next Generation, let us know by joining the conversation online using #FMQTNextGeneration and tagging...


New panel to ensure issues affecting children and young people are heard in Brexit negotiations

Young people have their say on access to food

...and reducing stigma Posted 7 March, 2023 by Nina Joynson Food food insecurity SYP UNCRC young people New Scotland-wide research shows that 76% of young people would eat more lunches at school if free provision...

Food food insecurity SYP UNCRC young people

New rights-focused badge for Scouts

...past 10 months, Scouts Scotland has worked alongside young people at every stage. Cubs, Scouts, MSYPs and the Children’s Commissioner’s Young Advisors were all involved in the badge design, layout and overall content. The badge logo was...

Children's rights rights

DRAFT Changing our World: Our activity

...2021 27 November Four members of Changing our World have been elected as MSYPs in the 2021 Scottish Youth Parliament elections! Our achievements Learn more about the BIG things Changing our World has achieved...


Peter Rigg

...in youth participation initiatives since being elected a member of the Scottish Youth Parliament (SYP) in 2017. Through SYP, he has developed skills in meaningfully representing a youth voice to decision-makers, and as Convener of its Justice...

rigg

Young people present key issues to Government

...Scottish Government listened to speeches delivered by Members of the Scottish Youth Parliament (MSYPs) and Members of the Children’s Parliament (MCP). With a strong focus on children’s rights the meeting was particularly timely, taking place...

Children's rights climate change Education environment equality Health LGBT Mental Health UNCRC

Forum for young people with sight loss relaunches

...relaunches Posted 23 Nov, 2021 by Nina Joynson accessibility sight loss SYP young people Haggeye, which provides a space for young people with sight loss to campaign for change and meet new people, has...

accessibility sight loss SYP young people

Call 5: 16 and 17 year olds must be able to vote in all UK polls. Brexit proves this is a civil rights issue

FMQT: Next Generation – Frequently Asked Questions

...people get involved in decision making? Young people can get in touch with their local MSP / MSYP / local councillor or attend a local community council to discuss issues they care about. The YouthLink Scotland and Children in Scotland...


Image-anxious children? It's not a pretty picture

...Looking forward to being there with #YOYP2018 Ambassadors & Communic18 @cisweb @OfficialSYP @YoungScot Stay connected Follow, like, connect or send us an...


News

...July 2017 Reach website “an advice service like no other” – SYP An online advice portal, designed by young people for young people, has received high praise from the Scottish Youth Parliament and...



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Reach website “an advice service like no other” – SYP

... Reach website “an advice service like no other” – SYP An online advice portal, designed by young people for young people, has received high praise from the Scottish Youth Parliament and is being recommended as a resource by all MSYP...

Enquire News Scottish Parliament

 “Outdoor centres are gateways to positive experiences which are otherwise closed to many”

...support the long-term sustainability of outdoor residential centres, we hear from Morven Bayton, MSYP for Scouts Scotland about why they are so vital for children and young people’s wellbeing and their futures. I’ve been lucky that I’ve had...


Children in Scotland Manifesto for the next UK Government

...of children, young people and their families at the heart of every decision made.” Jack Dudgeon MSYP, Chair of the Scottish Youth Parliament, who are supporting the Manifesto’s calls relating to Right and Democracy, Children and Young...


New phase of Children and Young People’s Panel on Europe will ensure young voices are heard in Brexit negotiations

...promote our voice since we are the generation that will be affected the most." Panel member and MSYP Jack Bell, aged 17, said: “The current political atmosphere is incredibly rich, yet dense; it's difficult to navigate, especially for a young...

Brexit children and young people Europe Participation Scottish Government Westminster

Work hard but keep a healthy work-life balance: wise words from our volunteer Hope as her month with us comes to an end

...the author Hope is 15 years old and lives in Orkney. She is currently the MSYP for Orkney Click to learn about SYP Week one blog Read Hope's blog from her first week volunteering at Children in...


Feel the fear and do it anyway: support from colleagues and new skills acquired during our volunteer's fourth week

...the author Hope is 15 years old and lives in Orkney. She is currently the MSYP for Orkney Click to learn about SYP Week one blog Read Hope's blog from her first week volunteering at Children in...


Self-care and a focus on our wellbeing makes us better colleagues: week three for our research volunteer

...the author Hope is 15 years old and lives in Orkney. She is currently the MSYP for Orkney Click to learn more about SYP Week one blog Read Hope's blog from her first week volunteering at Children in...


First-hand youth engagement and behind the scenes planning: week two for our research volunteer

...in Scotland. About the author Hope is 15-years-old and lives in Orkney. She is currently the MSYP for Orkney and one of the children’s commissioner’s young advisors. She is also on the Technology Enabled Care panel with Young Scot. Hope is...


Working on matters that are important to me has been so valuable: a week in the life of a research volunteer

...upcoming weeks. About the author Hope is 15-years-old and lives in Orkney. She is currently the MSYP for Orkney and one of the children’s commissioner’s young advisors. She is also on the Technology Enabled Care panel with Young Scot. Hope is...


25 Calls response: Youth work gives us vital opportunities, independence and access to non-formal education. Let’s protect it

...and access to non-formal education. We must protect it Responding to Call 6, Rosie Sumsion, MSYP for Helensburgh and Lomond, explains why a new Scottish Youth Parliament campaign is helping to prove youth work’s real value Call 6:...


#FMQTNextGeneration is back – find out how to get involved!

...one handy place, take a look at the Write To Them website (click to explore) (does not include MSYPs). However you get involved in FMQT Next Generation, let us know what you get up to by joining the conversation online using...


Pupils’ views in the spotlight, as exciting education initiative gets underway

...Scot’s corporate website About the Scottish Youth Parliament The Scottish Youth Parliament (SYP) represents Scotland’s young people. The charity’s vision for Scotland is of a nation that actively listens to and values the meaningful...


Meet the Design Team behind FMQT Next Generation

Get involved in FMQT Next Generation – the first event of its kind

...politicians in one handy place, take a look at the Write To Them website (does not include MSYPs). However you get involved in FMQT Next Generation, let us know by joining the conversation online using #FMQTNextGeneration and tagging...


New panel to ensure issues affecting children and young people are heard in Brexit negotiations


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DRAFT Changing our World: Our activity

...2021 27 November Four members of Changing our World have been elected as MSYPs in the 2021 Scottish Youth Parliament elections! Our achievements Learn more about the BIG things Changing our World has achieved...


News

...July 2017 Reach website “an advice service like no other” – SYP An online advice portal, designed by young people for young people, has received high praise from the Scottish Youth Parliament and...



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Young people have their say on access to food
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...and reducing stigma Posted 7 March, 2023 by Nina Joynson Food food insecurity SYP UNCRC young people New Scotland-wide research shows that 76% of young people would eat more lunches at school if free provision...

Food food insecurity SYP UNCRC young people

New rights-focused badge for Scouts
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...past 10 months, Scouts Scotland has worked alongside young people at every stage. Cubs, Scouts, MSYPs and the Children’s Commissioner’s Young Advisors were all involved in the badge design, layout and overall content. The badge logo was...

Children's rights rights

Peter Rigg
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...in youth participation initiatives since being elected a member of the Scottish Youth Parliament (SYP) in 2017. Through SYP, he has developed skills in meaningfully representing a youth voice to decision-makers, and as Convener of its Justice...

rigg

Young people present key issues to Government
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...Scottish Government listened to speeches delivered by Members of the Scottish Youth Parliament (MSYPs) and Members of the Children’s Parliament (MCP). With a strong focus on children’s rights the meeting was particularly timely, taking place...

Children's rights climate change Education environment equality Health LGBT Mental Health UNCRC

Forum for young people with sight loss relaunches
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...relaunches Posted 23 Nov, 2021 by Nina Joynson accessibility sight loss SYP young people Haggeye, which provides a space for young people with sight loss to campaign for change and meet new people, has...

accessibility sight loss SYP young people

Call 5: 16 and 17 year olds must be able to vote in all UK polls. Brexit proves this is a civil rights issue
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FMQT: Next Generation – Frequently Asked Questions
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...people get involved in decision making? Young people can get in touch with their local MSP / MSYP / local councillor or attend a local community council to discuss issues they care about. The YouthLink Scotland and Children in Scotland...


Image-anxious children? It's not a pretty picture
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...Looking forward to being there with #YOYP2018 Ambassadors & Communic18 @cisweb @OfficialSYP @YoungScot Stay connected Follow, like, connect or send us an...