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Meeting of the Youth States on 26 June 2021

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At the Royal Court House at 10:00am the Guernsey Youth Commission in collaboration with the Parliamentary Team held a Youth States Assembly.

The Youth Commission put together a series of three short debates on the topics of the Environment, Inclusivity, and Health and Active Lifestyles, which were considered by 22 members of the Youth Forum for Guernsey and Alderney. These topics had been chosen as a result of a Youth Forum survey that collated the views and opinions of young people across the Bailiwick. The debate was held under conditions that replicated a real States' debate, including called votes and with the sitting presided over by the Bailiff and Deputy Bailiff. This is intended as a pilot for a wider and more developed series of Youth States later in the term. 

 

Follow the Youth States Assembly online

As with regular States' Meetings, the Youth States Meeting was being broadcast as a Microsoft Teams Live Event. The following document provides information on how to watch the Meeting:  Instructions for joining a Teams Live Event [334kb]

Livestream 
Saturday 26th June 2021    


 

Propositions for Debate 

ProposerTopic
Oscar OliverEnvironment priorities
  
ProposerTopic
Mia EdgworthInclusion priorities
  
ProposerTopic
Hollie JenkinsHealth and Active priorities

 

 

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Youth States' Meeting Agenda Members of the Youth States Rules of Procedure

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