YouthLink Scotland has been engaging across all aspects of Education Reform, to elevate the voice of young people participating in youth work.
We call for Education Reform to drive a transformed education system that seeks to address the purposes described in Article 29 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).Scottish Youth Work Leaders' Forum
YouthLink Scotland responses to Education Reform on behalf of the youth work sector – and young people participating in youth work
Key documents connected to the Scottish education reform process
“Youth work tends to fill a lot of the gaps that secondary schools leave, but it shouldn’t be a situation where one works to solve the issues created by the other – they should work together and develop a way of helping students as one combined force."Young Person
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