To break down barriers and ensure inclusivity, the task force are dedicated to supporting young people from every corner of Scotland. By covering travel expenses and attendance costs for the in-person event, as well as offering a free online event for a much larger audience, they aim to make this opportunity accessible to all.
Making Waves: Sea Scotland Youth Voices is an event dedicated to people aged 18 to 30. It provides a key platform for you to share ideas, learn from diverse experiences, and actively contribute to sustainable solutions for the challenges facing Scotland’s seas. The events are online on the 17th of April and in person on the 3rd of June with the opportunity to stay for the Sea Scotland Conference. These events will be spaces where like-minded individuals get together to foster connections, build confidence and learn skills. Knowledge and experiences gained can shape not only personal growth but also contribute to a collective effort for a healthier marine ecosystem.
The sessions will cover everything from understanding policy jargon, reflecting on the Sea Scotland 2024 theme “Sharing our Blue Space”, and helping you develop a personal strategy on how to get the most out of your conference experience.
Skills and knowledge you have the opportunity to gain from the Sea Scotland youth voices events include:
To break down barriers and ensure inclusivity, the task force organising the events are dedicated to supporting young people from every corner of Scotland. By covering travel expenses and attendance costs for the in-person event, as well as offering a free online event for a much larger audience, the aim is to make this opportunity accessible to all, providing a platform for your voice to be heard in the policy discussions of national marine conservation. Registration for the online event will open soon – stay tuned and make sure you follow on social media!
Applications are now open for individuals aged 18 to 30 to secure their free tickets for the in-person experience.