NovemBER 2021

It’s our 20th anniversary in 2022! We kick off this special year with two events running concurrently in February in Dunblane: a Young Scotland Programme (click here for brochure and booking form) and a Young Ireland Programme (click here for brochure and booking form). Watch this space for other forthcoming events.

A National Crime Agency delegate took the top award at the Young England and Wales Programme – our first post-lockdown England and Wales event – in October. Their paper shone a light on the dark side of the fashion world and called for more transparency and responsibility in where our clothes come from. Runner-up Sam Haithcock (National Audit Office) put forward a proposal in her Argument paper for social mobility classes to be introduced in schools. James Kenning (Home Office) was highly commended for his moving paper calling for the legalisation of euthanasia, and George Allison (National Audit Office) was commended for his passionate paper on ownership of (much-loved, as he reminded us) football teams. Click here for photos.

Our final event of 2021 is now on the horizon. The Young Ireland Programme 2021 will be held in Dunblane from 23 to 26 November – click here to meet the delegates. We are all looking forward to welcoming them to Scotland.


Scotland
All about the Young Scotland Programme
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England & Wales
All about the Young England & Wales Programme
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Ireland
All about the Young Ireland Programme
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LOCAL AUTHORITIES
ALL ABOUT THE YOUNG LOCAL AUTHORITY OF THE YEAR
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