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Calling all Gaelic speakers aged 18-40 from the Highlands and Islands!
An exciting opportunity to participate in a fantastic leadership workshop led by the Social Enterprise Academy Calling all Gaelic speakers aged 18-40 from the Highlands & Islands! Participate in a fantastic workshop as part of the new Young Gaelic Leaders programme, an exciting opportunity to gain leadership skills and network with fellow speakers. By joining […]
Win 2 Weekend Tickets to the HebCelt and a YIN T-shirt signed by the 2022 acts!
Competition time! Closing date for submissions is the 19th of June 2023 You may recall that one of our first pieces on the Young Islanders Website website was the blog about the HebCelt festival https://yin.scot/hebcelt-was-back-with-style-for-2022/ . It’s hard to believe, but it is almost that time of year again! This year Young Islanders Network have […]
Young Islanders meet with Ferry Communities Board Chair
On Thursday the 24th of March, Young Islanders from across Scotland were invited to join the network to meet with Angus Campbell, Chair of the Ferry Communities Board. The Ferry Communities Board is facilitated by CalMac Ferries Ltd, and it is compromised of 10-12 communities that are users of the ferry service, to hear local […]
Young Islanders receive response on deer management question
At the Young Islanders Network breakfast with Deputy First Minister John Swinney, young people raised some concerns about the deer population in the Outer Hebrides. Mr Swinney promised to follow up on the issue with NatureScot, who oversees deer control in Scotland. Their response to the Young Islanders Network is included below and a copy […]