Young Scot are working with The Scottish Government to provide information for first-time tenants in private renting. You can find everything you need to know - from your rights, to dealing with tricky flatmates!
The National Youth Arts Advisory Group (NYAAG) main aim as a group is to ensure that there is a youth voice and perspective within the decision-making process for Scotland’s national youth arts strategy - Time to Shine - as well as advocating the power of youth voice and empowerment within the whole youth arts sector.
Organ & Tissue Donation in Scotland
The law around organ and tissue donation is changing. Here's what you need to know.
There's a lot of stigma surrounding periods but there doesn't have to be! It's something that half the world’s population will have to deal with at some point in their life. You're not alone and here we answer many of the common questions...
Ping: Pregnancy & Parenthood
Ping is the digital information resource for young people in Scotland who have experience of pregnancy and parenthood.
It's time to take a break. While we all love our phones, laptops, tablets and TVs, it's important to have some time away from the glare of a screen. Here's how to get some screen time/real time balance.
Practice Mindfulness with Young Scot
Take a look at Young Scot's YouTube channel to access a range of free mindfulness activities, including yoga sessions, breathing exercises and face massage.
ReRoute is Scotland’s Youth Biodiversity Panel and are working with NatureScot and Young Scot to involve young people in Scotland’s nature and outdoors. By talking to young people and working with different environmental organisations they hope to engage young people on different topics, issues and opportunities related to Scotland’s amazing nature and wildlife.
Find out more about seasonal eating, the benefits of fresh, locally sourced food and how you can use your Young Scot card at the Co-op for 10% off!
Information about sex, contraception and sexual health for young people.
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics - and these are all subjects we can start learning at school! Young Scot are working with The Scottish Government to improve gender imbalances in participation of STEM courses at college and university. Overall, girls are under-represented in STEM subjects in schools, colleges and universities. Gender stereotypes are a major factor contributing to these imbalances - you have the power to change this!
What does a healthy relationship look like and involve?