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DatePolicyLevelSubjectAgreementNotes
27 Oct 2019The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that there is a need for suicide awareness training in Scottish high schools.StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning; Health and Wellbeing99%

Members’ Motion by Hayley Paku MSYP

27 Oct 2019The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that there is a global Climate Emergency and calls on local and national decision-makers to prove that they urgently giving priority to tackling climate change.StatementEqualities and Human Rights; UK, Europe and External Relations; Health and Wellbeing94%

Members’ Motion by Aaran McDonald MSYP

27 Oct 2019The Scottish Youth Parliament recognises the negative impact single-plastics are having upon the environment, and calls on the Scottish Government, local authorities and businesses to take more action to reduce plastic consumption.StatementTransport, Environment and Rural Affairs91%

Members’ Motion by Abbie Wright and Sophie Reid, MSYPs

27 Oct 2019'The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that every school in Scotland should have a 'safe space' - a dedicated quiet room to be used at any time during the school day by any pupil who is feeling down, anxious or distressed.StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning; Health and Wellbeing89%

Members’ Motion by C-Jay Quigley and Emily Harle, MSYPs

27 Oct 2019The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that all schools should have an appropriate recycling system in place which ensures all single-use plastic is recycled, and a ban on single-use plastic bottles, to reduce the harmful effect on the environment.StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning; Transport, Environment and Rural Affairs79%

Members’ Motion by Elena Margiotti, Noah Miles, and Rebecca Kerr, MSYPs

27 Oct 2019The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on the Scottish Government to recognise and ensure support for the mental health of young carers through providing a toolkit or online resource for young carers in Scotland.StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning; Health and Wellbeing96%

Members’ Motion by Ilse Cuthbertson and Aaran McDonald, MSYPs

27 Oct 2019The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that action is necessary to prevent sexual harassment from occurring on public transport, and calls on decision-makers and service providers to review their policies.StatementEqualities and Human Rights; Health and Wellbeing; Justice; Transport, Environment and Rural Affairs96%

Members’ Motion by Sophie Reid MSYP

27 Oct 2019The Scottish Youth Parliament supports the "Housing First" policy, which guarantees shelter for anyone in need, including those with complex needs, such as addictions.StatementEqualities and Human Rights; Health and Wellbeing96%

Members’ Motion by Josh Kennedy MSYP

27 Oct 2019The Scottish Youth Parliament is concerned that people with invisible disabilities are not receiving disability benefit, and calls upon decision-makers to make such benefits more accessible to this group.StatementEqualities and Human Rights; Health and Wellbeing; Social Security90%

Members’ Motion by Ryan Kelly MSYP

27 Oct 2019The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that businesses and public services should treat their younger customers and service users as equals to their older ones, and should avoid using prejudiced practices such as segregated queues and bag searches for young people only.StatementEqualities and Human Rights88%

Members’ Motion by Jack Bell MSYP

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