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Posts by YouthLink Scotland

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Graeme Johnston was recently named National Youth Worker of the Year for his work with Arran Youth Foundations.

Sarah Robinson-Galloway believes that the youth-work sector holds the key to overcoming terrorism around the world

It’s Our World is a mass participation arts project. It aims to create the UK’s largest online collection of artwork celebrating the environment

Vanessa Rogers is a qualified teacher and youth worker with over ten years’ experience, she says it's time for youth workers to stand up and reclaim youth work

Jim Sweeney argues that there's still plenty to be discussed about Scotland following the Smith Commission report

Paula Dunn says there is no regard to how pornographic images might affect the developing minds of young people

Liz Green discusses new guidance to help community and learning development organisations make good and safe use of digital technology

Dr Jan Eichhorn on how young people engaged with politics beyond what we expected during the referendum

Jim Sweeney warns that missing out on the opportunity to change society after 18 September will hamper our children's future

Joshua McCormick MSYP explains why one legacy of Glasgow 2014 should be improvements in human rights across the Commonwealth