#YSHive and the Young Scot Youth Loneliness Panel are holding two online events on Sunday 30th May 2021. The focus of these events will be for the Youth Loneliness Panel to launch their recommendations on how Scotland can help to tackle loneliness for young people. The Panel will hold discussions related to the themes in the report to encourage the sharing of information and lived experiences, supporting young people who are facing or have faced loneliness to make connections.
The online events will be split into two age ranges, 11-16 years old and 17 to 26 years old, supporting shared connections and views to be shared. Both events will take place on Zoom and details for this will be shared nearer the time!
🎂 11-26 Years Old
📅 Sunday 30th May
🕰️ 11-16's - 10:30am to 1pm
🕰️ 17 to 26's – 2pm to 4:30pm
🗺️ Anywhere in Scotland (Online via Zoom)
About the event
We would like to invite young people across Scotland to take part and share their thoughts and experiences! You will have the opportunity to meet with other young people and those working with a focus on tackling youth loneliness; share your views on what needs to be done both now and in the future; and connect with those who share an ambition to tackling loneliness with young people in Scotland!
This is a great opportunity for you to share your views or own personal experience about a topic that has had a massive impact due to the Coronavirus pandemic. This also gives young people the opportunity to better understand what loneliness is and what support is available across local communities and wider.
You will receive a £10 voucher for participating.
If you can take part in this session, please complete the sign-up form online via Alchemer by Monday 24th May 2021.
Sign up to join a Youth Loneliness Online Event
This sign-up form is also available in other formats, please get in touch if this is required. We’re happy to make reasonable adjustments and provide other additional support to help you take part. Please contact YSHive@young.scot to arrange this.
Email us on YSHive@young.scot if you have any questions or would like to know more about this event - we're happy to help!
We'll ensure this session is a safe and trusted place for you to participate. We do not accept any form of discrimination or prejudice to anyone on our projects based on your life experience, background, culture, or identity. This includes age, disability, gender identity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation.
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