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6 Apr 2021The Scottish Youth Parliament has significant concerns about the employment gap for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people living in Scotland, in particular those who belong to multiple minority groups, and calls on the Scottish Government and other employers to review and update recruitment practices and human resources guidelines to encourage career retention and progression for these individuals.StatementEqualities and Human Rights; Jobs, Economy and Fair Work98%

Committee Motion by The Jobs, Economy & Fair Work and the Equalities & Human Rights Committees.

6 Apr 2021The Scottish Youth Parliament is concerned by the rise in religiously motivated discrimination and violence in Scotland, and calls on the Scottish Government and other authorities to review the curriculum to ensure that young people are able to identify all forms of religious discrimination and their own cultural biases, and to raise awareness of organisations which exist to support young people in religious minorities.StatementEqualities and Human Rights95%

Committee Motion by The Equalities and Human Rights Committee

6 Apr 2021The Scottish Youth Parliament calls on the Scottish Government to implement the 'Barnahus' model of supporting all children and young people through the justice system, giving them a person-centred environment in which to give evidence, and receive medical examinations, counselling and therapy.StatementJustice88%

Committee Motion by The Justice Committee

26 Nov 2020Colleges, universities, and employers should amend their admissions and recruitment policies to ensure young people whose grades and/or work experience were affected by the COVID-19 crisis are not penalised.ManifestoEducation and Lifelong Learning; Health and Wellbeing; Jobs, Economy and Fair Work84%

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

26 Nov 2020The Scottish Government should encourage and provide funding to local councils to work with young people with disabilities to design and maintain more accessible parks.ManifestoSport and Leisure87%

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

26 Nov 2020Funding for sports and leisure facilities and programmes should be protected from budget cuts and supported through a dedicated COVID-19 recovery fund to ensure all young people can continue to participate in activities, regardless of where they live or their household's income.ManifestoSport and Leisure80%

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

26 Nov 2020More sports centres, cultural and arts facilities should have reduced entry fees or discounts for young people with a Young Scot card.ManifestoSport and Leisure86%

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

26 Nov 2020In order to protect young offenders and young people who have a family member in prison, newspapers and other media outlets should be prevented from publishing the address of a person who has been sentenced in Court.ManifestoJustice86%

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

26 Nov 2020Young offenders up to the age of 18-years-old should not be imprisoned, and rehabilitative alternatives[1] to detention should be put into practice.ManifestoJustice56%

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

26 Nov 2020Children and young people’s rights should be at the forefront of decisions made during the COVID-19 crisis and recovery process.ManifestoEducation and Lifelong Learning; Equalities and Human Rights; Health and Wellbeing; Jobs, Economy and Fair Work69%

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

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