Know your lefts, know your rights: co-designing a children’s rights animation
15th November 2022 by Lesleyann Russell
Scottish Government’s Children’s Rights Unit worked with Renfrewshire Youth and Partners in Advocacy to develop the animation ‘Children’s Rights and the UNCRC in Scotland: An exploration of rights in our communities’, created by MPG. Young people co-designed the pitch for the video and the design and narrative of the final animation.
Let’s Talk Scottish Education: Our National Discussion
1st November 2022 by Professor Carol Campbell and Professor Alma Harris
Hear from the independent facilitators of the National Discussion on Scottish education about what the National Discussion is and why they want learners, parents, carers and education professionals to participate in the Discussion.
Creating open, democratic spaces, where people can engage with each other on an equal basis
24th May 2022 by Karen Lawson - Collaborative Learning Lead
An ‘open space’ event is a democratic way for people to host a discussion around a topic that they are interested in. Sometimes this is called an ‘Unconference’, as it’s the people who attend who create the agenda and who host the different sessions. Recently, we hosted an open space event around how we engage with young people.
Young people’s participation with LGBT Youth Scotland
28th February 2022 by Ellie Snape
LGBT Youth Scotland is Scotland’s national charity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) young people. They have also been doing participation work with young people for well over 10 years. I sat down with Sarah Anderson, the LGBT Youth Scotland Policy and Participation Officer for a chat about the work they do.