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DatePolicyLevelSubjectAgreementNotes
28 Oct 2017The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that, in order to promote positive relationships between young people and alcohol, young people between the ages of 16 and 18 should be able to purchase and consume alcoholic beverages at specific times and locations.StatementHealth and Wellbeing51%

Members’ Motion  by Robert McCall MSYP

27 Oct 2017The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that the price of school meals should be maintained at an affordable level.StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning; Equalities and Human Rights; Social Security83%

Members’ Motion by Ryan Kelly MSYP

27 Oct 2017The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that there should be a greater awareness of 'invisible disabilities' (debilitating illnesses and conditions with no visible symptoms), and that more support should be provided in schools for those who have them.StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning; Health and Wellbeing97%

Members’ Motion by Robbie Burgess MSYP and Chloe Whyte MSYP.

27 Oct 2017The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that local authorities should be funded on the basis of need; so as to allow high quality and sustainable public services to be provided to all young people. SYP calls on the Scottish Government to review the way that local authorities are currently funded to ensure it is as fair and equitable as possible.StatementEqualities and Human Rights; Social Security62%

Members’ Motion by Keiran O’Neill MSYP and Aaran McDonald MSYP

27 Oct 2017The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that concessionary or free transport should be provided for young and young adult carers in Scotland.StatementEqualities and Human Rights; Social Security96%

Members’ Motion by Lauren Baigrie MSYP and Amy Barbour

27 Oct 2017The Scottish Youth Parliament condemns the use of unpaid trial shifts in the workplace; believes that they are inherently wrong and exploitative, especially towards young workers, and urges the UK Government to introduce legislation to eradicate these unfair working practices.StatementJobs, Economy and Fair Work80%

Members’ Motion  by Jack Dudgeon MSYP and Keiran O’Neill MSYP

27 Oct 2017The Scottish Youth Parliament supports the work of the Social Mobility Foundation which provides academic opportunities to young people from low-income backgrounds.StatementJobs, Economy and Fair Work93%

Members’ Motion by Jack Campbell MSYP and Danyaal Raja MSYP

27 Oct 2017The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that all high school pupils in Scotland should be able to access fast and reliable WiFi in school to allow them to access and complete their homework, resources and exam coursework.StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning79%

Members’ Motion by Adam Paton MSYP and Caitie Dundas MSYP

27 Oct 2017The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that every young person should learn about politics in secondary schools across Scotland, including teaching about political systems and voting, to ensure that they have the best start for engaging in politics.StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning-

Louisa McCearney MSYP and Luca Delpippo MSYP

25 Apr 2017The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that any guidance and publicity on raising awareness of the safety benefits of wearing seatbelts is co-designed with children and young people in order to ensure it is as effective as possible.RecommendationTransport, Environment and Rural Affairs-

Response to Child Poverty (Scotland) Bill – stage 1

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