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Countdown on to Young Scot Awards 2015

2015 marks the landmark tenth year for the widely celebrated Sunday Mail Young Scot Awards, in association with Scottish Gas, and they want to make it the biggest celebration of young people this country has ever seen. You can nominate a young person aged 11-25 who has made a positive difference to the lives of… Read More

Deaf Action’s Youth Service

Most deaf children are educated in mainstream settings and seldom have any deaf peers. Siblings of young deaf people and children of deaf adults can often be expected to take on responsibilities that are not age appropriate, such as interpreting for parents, family members and friends – missing out on opportunities for leisure time without… Read More

Six Months Since Commonwealth Games

Top inspirational Games moments revealed Six months on from the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, new research reveals that the vibrant opening and closing ceremonies were named as the most inspirational moments of the Games (58%), followed closely by the friendly atmosphere in the host city Glasgow (51%) and Scotland welcoming the world during the Games… Read More

Youth Parliament Launch Campaign to Tackle Child and Youth Poverty

On Friday 23 January 2015, the Scottish Youth Parliament launched its national campaign to help combat child and youth poverty. The campaign, POVERTY: See It Change It, was launched by Members of the Scottish Youth Parliament (MSYPs) at the Fuse Youth Café in Glasgow. The campaign aims to: raise awareness among young people and wider… Read More

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