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DatePolicyLevelSubjectAgreementNotes
21 Mar 2020The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that education for young people on revenge porn and sexting, and support services for those affected by these issues, should be improved.StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning; Justice91%

Members’ Motion by Liam Armstrong MSYP and Beccie White MSYP

21 Mar 2020‘The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on the Scottish Government to decriminalise abortion, to ensure that provision is regulated in line with all other healthcare and to improve access to free and safe abortion services for all in Scotland.’StatementEqualities and Human Rights; Health and Wellbeing; Justice86%

Members’ Motion by Erin Campbell, MSYP and Emily Harle, MSYP

21 Mar 2020‘The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on the Scottish Government to eradicate poverty induced hunger and ensure that all of Scotland’s young people have reliable access to the food they need.’StatementEqualities and Human Rights; Health and Wellbeing; Social Security99%

Members’ Motion by Elena Margiotti, MSYP and Clare McVey, MSYP

21 Mar 2020‘The Scottish Youth Parliament acknowledges that loneliness in young people is a serious issue which can negatively impact mental health, and calls on the Scottish Government to tackle this by urgently implementing the actions outlined in their Social Isolation and Loneliness Strategy.’StatementEqualities and Human Rights; Health and Wellbeing94%

Members’ Motion by Robbie Burgess, MSYP

21 Mar 2020‘The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that every school in Scotland should have a pupil council, which is democratically elected, youth-led and adequately supported by school management.’StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning86%

Members’ Motion by Jonathan Dorrat, MSYP

21 Mar 2020‘The Scottish Youth Parliament support the use of disability assistance initiatives, such as the Thistle Assistance Card scheme and the Sunflower Lanyard scheme, and calls for their implementation across the transport sector and beyond.’StatementEqualities and Human Rights; Health and Wellbeing; Jobs, Economy and Fair Work; Social Security; Transport, Environment and Rural Affairs100%

Members’ Motion by Christopher Winters, MSYP and Emily Nix, MSYP

21 Mar 2020‘The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that local and national governments should invest more in infrastructure and opportunities for young people in rural communities, to help tackle rural isolation and improve mental health outcomes.’StatementHealth and Wellbeing; Jobs, Economy and Fair Work; Transport, Environment and Rural Affairs91%

Members’ Motion by Sarah Quinn, MSYP

21 Mar 2020‘The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that members of the LGBTQ+ community are entitled to equal marriage rights, including the right to have their marriage blessed and ceremony performed in a place of worship, and urges faith groups and other stakeholders to work together to ensure this right is upheld.’StatementCulture and Media; Equalities and Human Rights; Health and Wellbeing62%

Members’ Motion by Emily Harle, MSYP

21 Mar 2020‘The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that efficient careers advice services are vital to ensuring young people are well informed about their options, and should cater for all accessibility requirements.’StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning; Equalities and Human Rights; Health and Wellbeing; Jobs, Economy and Fair Work; Social Security94%

Members’ Motion by Maya Tams – Gray, MSYP

21 Mar 2020‘The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on the Scottish government to review their public service accessibility policies for deaf and hard of hearing young people to ensure full inclusivity of this community.’StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning; Equalities and Human Rights; Health and Wellbeing; Jobs, Economy and Fair Work; Social Security95%

Members’ Motion by Aimee Purdie, MSYP; Ilse Cuthbertson, MSYP and Erin McCluskey, MSYP

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