This is a possible all-expenses-paid trip for groups of 15-18-yr-olds to Berlin in December. They have to come up with an innovative idea for combating online hate speech.
SELMA “Hacking Hate” hackathon 2018 in Berlin. Are you a social and innovative thinker? Do you want to help combating online hate speech? In that case, you are an ideal candidate to take part in the SELMA “Hacking Hate” hackathon in Berlin on 5 and 6 December 2018! http://www.hackinghate.eu/activities
SIGN guideline: Epilepsy in children
- SIGN is developing a guideline for epilepsy in
children working with doctors, nurses and other
NHS staff, as well as with charities, patients, carers
and members of the public.
- The first draft of this guideline will be shared with
doctors, nurses and other NHS staff, as well as
with patients, carers and members of the public
at a meeting on 8 November 2018 in Stirling.
- The guideline will be published in summer 2019,
with a version for parents.
Download flyer: epilepsy_consultation_flyer
S4-S6 school summer leaver? Young college leaver?
Left school within the last three years?
Join us to get Informed, Inspired, Hired!
Meet employers advertising live jobs,
apprenticeships and intern opportunities across a
variety of industries at the 2018 Jobs Roadshow.
To confirm your attendance, speak to your guidance teacher.
Download poster: Jobs Roadshow Poster – East Lothian
Are you ready to Get Connected?
Get Connected is a website that helps you find local sport, art and youth groups in East Lothian.
- Find accessible activities on the Get Connected MAP
- Watch VIDEOS of what local kids have been up to
- Meet your ‘Get Connected’ CHAMPIONS which are organisations that champion inclusion in your community
Get started and find loads of fun activities today!
We also have a Facebook and Twitter where we upload loads of useful info too.
If you do any cool activities already, let us know with the #getconnectedELC hashtag! We’d love to share your pics and videos.
MAKE Scotland 365 event!
Aged 15-24 | 1-2 Dec | National – Edinburgh
Young Scot are hosting an event for young people aged 15-24 in partnership with National Museums Scotland for the Scotland 365 project. This is a Heritage Lottery Funded project which aims to explore what young people value about Scotland’s heritage – from arts and music to language and history. This event will take place from Friday 1st December (5:00 – 8:30pm) – Saturday 2nd December (10am – 4:30pm) and will include a ‘Meet and Munch’ and VIP evening tour of the Museum on Friday, and a ‘Workshop Jam Event’ on Saturday. Travel costs and food will be provided. Young people can sign up by heading to http://bit.ly/2AtBlLG or searching ‘MAKE Scotland 365’ on Eventbrite. They can also check out the event at https://young.scot/get-involved/ or by contacting email@example.com / 0131 313 2488.
Navigogo – Exciting Mobility App Trial
Aged 16-25 | Dec – March | Dundee and North Fife
NaviGoGo is a new web app that has been co-designed by young Scots (aged 16 – 25) for young Scots. It lets you plan, book and pay for trains, taxis and provides passenger assistance through the newly developed web app and links to your Young Scot NEC card. Active (walking and cycling) and responsible (public transport) travel choices also attract Young Scot Rewards points!
We need young people (16-25) from Dundee and North Fife to participate in the trial and test the web app to the max between December 2017 and March 2018. All participants will receive £20 travel credit per month and other incentives will be offered for additional feedback. Application is easy and those registered for Rewards will collect points from beginning to end.
Meet the Minister informal chat with Aileen Campbell MSP, Minister for Public Health and Sport on the new Diet and Obesity Strategy
Aged 11-26 | Wednesday 22nd November | Nation – Young Scot HQ Edinburgh
There is a terrific opportunity for any young people you are working with to come along on 22nd of November from around 2.30pm – 5pm at the Young Scot Office to discuss the new Obesity Strategy.
This won’t be a Facebook live session, but an informal open conversation around some key questions related to young people’s views/experiences of diet and obesity in Scotland. We will also be running an online survey to go alongside this for the conversation. Young people will be invited in to the office from 2.30pm for briefing and prep, and finishing up for 5pm after the Minister leaves. If you can please send any names of young people keen to attend by Monday 13th to Lisa Murphy LisaM@young.scot
“Young People in Remote Communities” – Artic Circle Forum
Open | 19-21 Nov | National – Edinburgh (Aimed at Rural Young People)
The Scottish Government together with the Arctic Circle will deliver the Arctic Circle Forum, a 3 day event which will bring together a range of representatives from central and local government, third sector and academia as well as entrepreneurs and innovators from in and around the Arctic Circle. The title of the forum this year is “Scotland and the new North” and one of our Year of Young People Co-designers will chair the panel discussion on “Young People in Remote Communities”, which will take place on the afternoon of Tuesday 21 November and last for around 60-90 minutes. The session will investigate the challenges (housing, transport, digital, economic opportunities) of being a young person in a remote region, highlight expectations for the future, look at the opportunities to shape this and consider how young people can influence decisions which affect their future. They are particularly keen to hear from young people from rural communities to attend and take part and we have secured the same student discount for all young scot cardholders and will be running as a rewards activity. Marie from Young Scot will be attending and happy to meet with and support any young people who may be coming down to Edinburgh from rural communities. Please contact directly via firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Library of Scotland has a new events programme out now for April – June 2017.
Exhibition — You are Here: A journey through maps.
From Edinburgh to the edges of the Earth, we explore the fascinating craft of mapmaking using a range of beautiful examples from past and present.
(Open until Monday 3 April)
Edinburgh event — From commonplace books to Facebook
Long before Facebook, people used commonplace books to collect passages of poetry, drawings, or anecdotes from friends, and to record observations about the world around them. Learn about ‘commonplacing’ and what it reveals about social media today.
(Tuesday 11 April, 2 pm)
Browse all events at http://www.nls.uk/events.
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Twitter chat #scotedchat
This Thursday 8.30-9.30pm.
TEACHER LEADERSHIP hosted by East Lothian’s Fearghal Kelly @fearghal_scel
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