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Thanks to generous support from Shepherd and Wedderburn, we were delighted to be joined at our 2021 Forum by young people from schools across the country. Inspired by SCDI’s 2030 Blueprint report they joined us in an important and valuable discussion about what Scotland should be known for by 2030. The video below summarises their key points:

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All the entries can be viewed in the video below:

Huge congratulations to the winning schools!

Primary Winners: Avoch Primary, Kilmacolm Primary and Lady Alice Primary

Secondary Winners: Carluke High School, Greenwood Academy and McLaren High School

We are delighted to support the Future Voice competition, which will bring together young people from schools across the country in an important and valuable discussion about the vision for Scotland’s future set out in the SCDI’s 2030 Blueprint report. The report’s recommendations, covering three key areas – A Living Lab for Innovations, Learning Throughout Life and Healthy Places to Live and Work – will have a direct impact on today’s school pupils, so it is only right that they should have a say on their priorities and what they believe Scotland should look like over the coming decade. I very much look forward to hearing their views on the major economic and policy issues that will guide Scotland’s progress between now and 2030 and wish all the students and schools taking part the very best of luck. Gillian Carty, Chair , Shepherd and Wedderburn

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