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DatePolicyLevelSubjectAgreementNotes
10 Jul 2020The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on decision makers to apply all available resources to ensure that the attainment gap does not widen due to the COVID-19 pandemic.StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning99%

Committee Motion by Education and Skills Committee

10 Jul 2020The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that all key workers and young people in caring roles should have access to suitable personal protective equipment (PPE) that is up to the required standard for their role as well as adequate mental health support.StatementHealth and Wellbeing100%

Committee Motion by the Health and Wellbeing Committee

10 Jul 2020The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on the UK Government to participate in the international effort of sourcing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) on an industrial scale, in partnership with international organisations, such as the WHO and G20.StatementEqualities and Human Rights; UK, Europe and External Relations81%

Committee Motion by the External Affairs, UK, and International Relations

10 Jul 2020The Scottish Youth Parliament notes the increasing role of food banks in delivering food and medicine those who are most vulnerable during the current Covid-19 pandemic, and believes that relevant decision makers should provide more support to these organisations.StatementSocial Security97%

Committee Motion by the Social Security Committee

10 Jul 2020The Scottish Youth Parliament welcomes the additional funding for domestic abuse services to help protect young people and their families from all types of domestic abuse during the COVID-19 crisis, and calls for this to continue in addition to preventative measures, an increase in housing for victims, awareness raising campaigns and ensuring there is a sufficient criminal justice response.StatementEqualities and Human Rights96%

Committee Motion by the Equalities and Human Rights Committee

10 Jul 2020The Scottish Youth Parliament acknowledge that the lack of universal access to strong and reliable broadband during is exacerbating existing social inequalities challenges during the COVID-19 crisis, and calls on the Scottish Government to take steps to combat this.StatementTransport, Environment and Rural Affairs90%

Committee Motion by the Transport, Environment, and Rural Affairs Committee

10 Jul 2020The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that everyone should have equal access to health and social care throughout the COVID-19 crisis and should not be discriminated against due to a pre-existing health condition or disability.StatementHealth and Wellbeing99%

Committee Motion by the Equalities and Human Rights Committee

10 Jul 2020The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that the mental health problems facing the rural youth communities, including young farmers, have been heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic and calls on decision makers to provide additional support to tackle this.StatementHealth and Wellbeing; Transport, Environment and Rural Affairs88%

Committee Motion by the Transport, Environment, and Rural Affairs Committee

10 Jul 2020The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on the UK Government to ensure its continuous COVID-19 repatriation programme meets the needs of all UK citizens' affected, and asks for children and young people to be reunited with their families as a matter of urgency.StatementUK, Europe and External Relations93%

Committee Motion by the External Affairs, UK, and International Committee

10 Jul 2020The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that young people’s physical and mental wellbeing during COVID-19 crisis should be a priority and encourage young people to utilise online platforms and resources to socialise and keeping physically active.StatementSport and Leisure90%

Committee Motion by the Sports and Leisure Committee

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