|Date||Policy||Level||Subject||Agreement||Notes||3 Jul 2023||The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on the Scottish Government to specifically reference spiking as a criminal offence in legislation and for decision-makers to do more to support those affected.||Statement||Health and Wellbeing; Justice||98%|
Individual motion by Mollie McGoran MSYP, Inverness and Nairn.
|3 Jul 2023||The Scottish Youth Parliament recognises many girls and women feel unsafe in public spaces and calls on decision-makers and communities to raise awareness and work together to eliminate gender-based violence in public areas.||Statement||Health and Wellbeing||93%|
Individual motion by Caitlin Lowry MSYP, Girlguiding Scotland.
|3 Jul 2023||The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on the Scottish Government to ensure guidance teachers in Scotland receive Young Carer training to help identify and support young carers in secondary schools.||Statement||Education and Lifelong Learning||96%|
Joint motion by Max Green MSYP, Carers Trust, and Zaid Sheikh MSYP, Glasgow Pollok.
|3 Jul 2023||The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on Transport Scotland to extend the Scottish Government's concessionary travel discount for young people, facilitated through the Young Scot National Entitlement Card, to include inter-island ferry travel.||Statement||Transport, Environment and Rural Affairs||90%|
Joint motion by John Fraser MSYP, Shetland Islands, and Michaela Christie MSYP, Shetland Islands.
|3 Jul 2023||The Scottish Youth Parliament recognises the environmental impacts of single-use disposable vapes and calls upon the Scottish Government to ban these devices; further calls upon the Scottish Government to take interim actions to mitigate these impacts while working towards a ban and to meaningfully engage with young people throughout this process.||Statement||Health and Wellbeing; Transport, Environment and Rural Affairs||84%|
Joint motion by Emma Prach MSYP, Cumbernauld and Kilsyth, and Marcus Flucker MSYP, Angus South.
|3 Jul 2023||The Scottish Youth Parliament recognises the significant impact that naloxone has had in reducing overdose deaths in Scotland; recognises and commends Police Scotland's roll-out of Naloxone training and kit to front-line staff and believes that training on the usage of naloxone should be expanded to anyone who wishes to carry it to help combat the opioid overdose crisis occurring in Scotland.’||Statement||Health and Wellbeing||95%|
Joint motion by Logan Gilmour MSYP, Cunninghame North, and Ryan Macintyre MSYP, Argyll and Bute.
|3 Jul 2023||The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that all public access buildings that claim to be accessible should have accurate and public accessibility information to promote inclusivity and equal opportunities for people with disabilities.||Statement||Equalities and Human Rights; Health and Wellbeing||96%|
Individual motion by Shafa Waqas MSYP, Cumbernauld and Kilsyth.
|3 Jul 2023||The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that there should be more support for people who suffer from endometriosis, such as; access to pain management, mental health support and menstrual wellbeing education that encompasses this.||Statement||Health and Wellbeing||94%|
Joint Motion by Emma Prach MSYP, Cumbernauld and Kilsyth, Madiha Choudhury MSYP, Edinburgh Northern and Leith, Olivia Brown MSYP, Midlothian North and Musselburgh, and Sam Webster MSYP, Edinburgh Eastern.
|3 Jul 2023||The Scottish Youth Parliament is concerned that much more work needs to be done to uphold the new sibling rights in the Children (Scotland) Act 2020, and calls on dutybearers to take immediate action to ensure full awareness and application of these rights, and to put robust accountability measures in place.||Statement||Equalities and Human Rights||93%|
Individual motion by Charles Fernando MSYP, Who Cares? Scotland.
|3 Jul 2023||The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that all religious groups should be able to celebrate holidays that are important to their religion and culture; and calls upon the Scottish Government, schools, and employers to make appropriate adjustments to allow all religious groups to celebrate important religious and cultural holidays without facing backlash or disadvantage.||Statement||Culture and Media||77%|
Joint motion by Fatima Bari MSYP, FOSIS, Imaan Hussain MSYP, Dundee East, and Omar Taher MSYP, Renfrewshire North.