Youthlink Scotland have shared their Annual Report 2022/23. This includes reference to their links with outdoor contexts including: Contributing to Outdoor Learning Network Recognition of youth work's adaptability through digital, outdoor, and other programs during the Covid-19 period. Participation in the National Outdoor Education Advisory Group Contributing to creating outdoor [...]
Are you aged between 16 and 25 years? A new conservation programme, Species on the Edge, is inviting young people from Scotland’s coasts and islands to apply for its Youth Panel. Read more here. This is a great chance to meet new people and learn from experts within the conservation sector; [...]
The summit will inspire action through stories and knowledge sharing, galvanise young people through capacity building, and build a community for young people to come together, connect and network. The Youth Climate Summit is aimed at young people aged 18-35, but absolutely anyone who is interested is welcome to attend! [...]
This new Youth Council will represent young people within the EUROPARC network, in Junior Ranger and Youth+ programmes, or volunteers, interns and young professionals. Members will connect with young people across Europe and organise youth dialogues to support the EUROPARC youth representative and strengthen the youth voice within the various [...]
Join Youthlink Scotland at this free online webinar 11am to 12.15pm on 28th September. Explore and discuss Scotland’s refreshed national Learning for Sustainability Action Plan and its opportunities for youth work.
Read this article by Monica Lopez Magee in Finding Nature News, Children & Nature Network (June 2023) The author reflects on research supporting this approach and describes how ‘the benefits of the two do not happen by chance. It takes intentional inclusion of each to achieve maximum impact.’