Home

425 matching policies - showing page 3 of 43 | Previous | Next

DatePolicyLevelSubjectAgreementNotes
26 Nov 2020The global climate emergency is an issue of climate justice, where those who contribute least to greenhouse gas emissions are most impacted. Countries most responsible for greenhouse gas emissions must: compensate loss and damage incurred in less developed countries as a result of climate change by contributing finances to a global fund, supporting research, and working on international cooperation.ManifestoTransport, Environment and Rural Affairs70%

Commitment from From Scotland’s Young People: SYP’s 2021-26 Manifesto

26 Nov 2020Transport Scotland and the Scottish Government should provide funding to support initiatives which make it easier, cheaper, and safer for young people to use active and sustainable travel options.ManifestoTransport, Environment and Rural Affairs89%

Commitment from From Scotland’s Young People: SYP’s 2021-26 Manifesto

26 Nov 2020To increase productivity, wellbeing, and attendance, the school day should start no earlier than 10am for all secondary school pupils in Scotland.ManifestoEducation and Lifelong Learning59%

Commitment from From Scotland’s Young People: SYP’s 2021-26 Manifesto

26 Nov 2020The UK Government should take action to ban or reform zero-hour contracts.ManifestoJobs, Economy and Fair Work59%

Commitment from From Scotland’s Young People: SYP’s 2021-26 Manifesto

26 Nov 2020Children and young people from seldom heard groups (such as immigrants and refugees, gypsy traveller communities, single parents, disabled people, Armed Forces, care experienced, and justice experienced) must be listened to by policymakers on issues that affect them.ManifestoEqualities and Human Rights80%

Commitment from From Scotland’s Young People: SYP’s 2021-26 Manifesto

26 Nov 2020An individual should be permitted to change their legal gender from the age of 16, through a simple process of self-declarationManifestoEqualities and Human Rights62%

Commitment from From Scotland’s Young People: SYP’s 2021-26 Manifesto

26 Oct 2020‘The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on ferry operators to introduce a discounted fare for people who use ferries as an essential method of transport.’StatementSocial Security; Transport, Environment and Rural Affairs92%

Member’s Motion by Cameron Garret MSYP, Argyll and Bute.

26 Oct 2020'The Scottish Youth Parliament supports the aims of the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement in becoming an anti-racist society, and strongly condemns interpersonal, institutional and structural racism.'StatementEqualities and Human Rights96%

Member’s Motion by Daniella Faakor Damptey MSYP, Angus South.

26 Oct 2020'The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that calorie labelling on menus could be extremely harmful to the mental and physical wellbeing of children and young people, especially for those with eating disorders, and urges the UK Government not to introduce it.'StatementHealth and Wellbeing74%

Member’s Motion by Maya Tams-Gray MSYP, Orkney Islands; Mollie McGoran MSYP, Caithness, Sutherland and Ross; Beccie White MSYP, Edinburgh Pentlands; and Emily Nix MSYP, Cunninghame South.

26 Oct 2020'The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on the Scottish Government to reform the education curriculum to more accurately reflect the experiences of BAME individuals; and to ensure their historical influence on Scottish society and culture, as well as Scotland’s role in the slave trade and colonisation, is an integral part of the Scottish education system.'StatementCulture and Media; Education and Lifelong Learning; Equalities and Human Rights; Justice92%

Member’s Motion by Victory Ekpekurede MSYP, East Kilbride, and Crisantos Ike MSYP, Rutherglen.

425 matching policies - showing page 3 of 43 | Previous | Next