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Up and down the country thousands of young people have been left feeling slightly betrayed and majorly underestimated.  Many feel that the voting  age should be lowered to 16 everywhere and not just in certain cities. I myself strongly believe that we as young people should be able to influence key decisions that affect us directly.It is very important for young people to feel like they can express their views and to feel like their voices are heard.  Its very common

In recent years it has been made clear that many of the youth services offered to young people all over the UK have had to face major financial cuts leaving thousands of young people with nowhere to turn. An estimated £387m is believed to have been cut from youth services and it doesn't look like things are getting any better. Another study found that 603 youth clubs were shut down between the years of 2012  and 2016. This is not something

“Glasgow 2018, holiday hunger is a real and sadly growing issue in this city. It beggars belief, doesn’t it? That in one of the richest countries in the world, any child should go hungry during the holidays.   Holidays are meant to be fun, a time to play and explore and spend time with your pals, but for so many of our children and their families, poverty turns those weeks into a series of cruel choices. Even families entitled to free school meals do not

Hey, my name's Sam. I'm twenty years old and I'm a young person who recently joined the amazing team at Achieve More Scotland. My goal for the next six weeks is to grab your attention and make you think about some of the major issues facing thousands of young people all over the UK. I strongly believe that we as young people deserve to have our voices heard, we deserve the same opportunities and we deserve just as much support and encouragement

We are looking for participants to sign up for a youth exchange to Portugal for ten days, would you like to see a new country and learn about their culture? Would you like to learn new skills that you can use later in life? If yes then this might be the trip for you. The TH!NK Youth Exchange was setup due to concerns with the post-truth politics within the European union. This particular project will focus on youth and it will

Have you thought about working in administration? We have a new modern apprenticeship for young people between 16 and 19. A good opportunity to improve your CV, gain experience and a recognised qualification whilst developing yourself. Modern Apprentice- Administration Salary/Wage: £4.10-£4.16 per hour Closing date: 18th September Key Responsibilities and Skills Required: Employees will be trained in the full range of office duties, including reception, telephone skills, all Microsoft packages and other ICT systems in use within our schools. As a Modern Apprentice you will be

Thanks to our partnership with sports giants Nike, 16 young people involved in our football programme we invited to participate in the week long Manchester United Summer Soccer Schools which took place at Denstone College and Rugby School in July. As part of the programme, a soccer skills challenge took place and one of our participants – Jack Morran from Blackhill won the challenge. Jack and his mum were subsequently invited to spend 4 days in November as guests of

The 13th July to the 24th July saw A&M Scotland running its 'Summer Camp' at Petershill Leisure Centre in Springburn as well as a smaller camp in Kingsway. The camp saw over 250 young people attend completely free activities, with an average of 130 young people attending Petershill every day with an average of 20 young people at Kingsway. The camp was even attended by Anne McLaughlin MP who came along to visit. The camps were focused around providing free sport for

Friday 26th June saw A&M Scotland host the Street Games National Pool 5th event at Petershill Leisure Centre in Springburn. The event was a qualifier to the StreetGames National 5s Finals which were held at St. Georges park last year, sparking a huge interest in the qualifiers, with teams desperate to reach the final. This year saw another improvement on last years event and saw roughly 250 young people attend with 30+ teams involved in the tournament. Unfortunately there could only