What children and young people said about the first FMQT Event in September 2018: “I think it was really fun to plan and to happen. There will be a few changes but it will be […]
Children and young people across Scotland once again had the opportunity to question the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, as the event returned in April 2019. Watch FMQT Next Generation Event 1 here Learn more about […]
Full length video of the first ever FMQT Next Generation event. Children and young people from across Scotland ask the First Minister questions on issues important to them.
Children were aware that issues around food insecurity affected all children and had lots of ideas for practical ways of including children in dialogue around food insecurity, including by listening carefully and building respectful relationships.
Meet the Design Team behind FMQT Next Generation and learn more about our projects.
Children talked about what matters to the future of Scotland.
Young people feel empowered when given a seat at the table.
Young people reflect on the opportunity to conduct participatory research with a housing project in Glasgow.
Participants discuss their involvement in the Children and Young People’s Panel on Europe.
Children and young people have influenced policy across the country. Their input contributed to policy decisions relating to police powers, the creation of a new health improvement post, and they have ensured that children’s hearings better meet the needs of those in Renfrewshire.