Young Futures: A Discussion on Change

Location: Scotland House, Rond-Point Schuman 6
Event Date: 2018-10-15
Time: 09:30:00

Event Type:

Member Event

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Audience:

public

The Scottish Government is delighted to welcome you to our Young Futures - A Discussion on Change event, organised in collaboration with Young Scot - Scotland's national youth information and citizenship charity - and hosted by Scottish Government Cabinet Secretary for Government Business and Constitutional Relations, Mike Russell.
 
This event is a celebration of 2018, Scotland’s national ‘Year of Young People’ and will provide a platform for young people to discuss how successful political engagement has been achieved this year, through the promotion of young voices in influential circles. This event will also provide a way of presenting their thoughts on topics important to them and their future, such as enterprise, climate and diversity. It will offer young people from a variety of European organisations the opportunity to influence decisions that affect their lives by engaging with policy makers, influencers and Ministers.
 
                     09:30 – 10:00 Registration and welcome coffee
                     10:00 – 10:20 Introductory speeches
                     10:30 – 12:00 Round table discussions in small groups
                     12:00 – 13:00 Networking lunch 
 
To register please send an email by 7 October to: BrusselsEvents@gov.scot
 
 

Young Scot is the national youth information and citizenship charity. They provide young people, aged 11 - 26, with a mixture of information, ideas and incentives to help them become confident, informed and active citizens. They do this in a variety of formats, including online, social, apps, magazines, and phone, etc, so young people can access information in a way they are comfortable with.

Year of Young People 2018 is an opportunity for generations to come together and celebrate Scotland’s young people. It is a platform for Scotland's young people (8 to 26). It will give them a stronger voice on issues which affect their lives, showcase their ideas and talents, and ultimately, aim to challenge status quo and create a more positive perception of them in society.

There will be photography and/or filming at this event and your image may be captured by us and used for our business and promotional purposes in print on our website. By registering for the event you are giving us permission to use your image in this way. If you have any queries about this, however, please email BrusselsEvents@gov.scot.