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DatePolicyLevelSubjectAgreementNotes
6 Apr 2021The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on all universities and colleges to operate strict security policies and increased visibility around campuses at night to ensure students are better protected from sexual violence.StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning; Justice91%

Members’ Motion by Emily Harle MSYP

6 Apr 2021The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that UK and international higher education students should receive a discount or refund on their tuition fees to account for the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the quality and experience of learning; and calls on the Scottish Government to work with the higher education sector to find and implement financial solutions to this.StatementEducation and Lifelong Learning72%

Members’ Motion by Donald McLean MSYP

6 Apr 2021The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that, throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, high quality youth work should be provided for free and made accessible in every local area.StatementJobs, Economy and Fair Work95%

Members’ Motion by Brooke Barr MSYP

6 Apr 2021The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that all educational institutions should accommodate for the religious dietary requirements of their staff and students.StatementCulture and Media; Education and Lifelong Learning; Health and Wellbeing91%

Members’ Motion by Fatima Bari MSYP and Azkah Sardar MSYP

6 Apr 2021The Scottish Youth Parliament call for an urgent review to be undertaken regarding current guidance on provisions for 16-18 year olds to be accompanied by a parent or guardian during A&E visits and receive visitations during longer hospital stays during the COVID-19 pandemic.StatementHealth and Wellbeing86%

Members’ Motion by Charlotte Boyle MSYP

6 Apr 2021The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on decision makers to learn from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic by investing in and improving outdoor learning, whilst also recognising the benefits of outdoor learning for the mental and physical well-being of young people.StatementHealth and Wellbeing; Sport and Leisure95%

Members’ Motion by Ellie Craig MSYP

6 Apr 2021The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that memorials, including graves, situated in public places should be monitored (e.g. by CCTV) in order to combat crimes, such as vandalism and theft.StatementCulture and Media; Justice75%

Members’ Motion by Ellie Craig MSYP

6 Apr 2021The Scottish Youth Parliament supports Young Carer Action Day and welcomes its call on the Scottish Government to commit to protecting young carers’ futures by urgently developing a new cross-cutting National Action Plan for children and young people with caring responsibilities.StatementHealth and Wellbeing100%

Members’ Motion by Ilse Cuthbertson MSYP and Abbie Christie MSYP

6 Apr 2021The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that the Scottish Government has a responsibility to do more to encourage reading for pleasure, especially amongst young people, and calls on them to take action on this issue.StatementCulture and Media; Education and Lifelong Learning82%

Members’ Motion by Rhys Pearce MSYP

6 Apr 2021The Scottish Youth Parliament believes that, once deemed safe to do so in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, carers centres should reopen as a priority to ensure that young carers and young adult carers gain access to the invaluable support that they provide.StatementHealth and Wellbeing; Sport and Leisure96%

Members’ Motion by Ilse Cuthbertson MSYP

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