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by Nairn Youth forum - 19:19 on 23 November 2010

The conference at Badaguish was incredibly productive for Niarn Youth Forum. We began the weekend with workshops explaining how HYV works , evaluations of the recently held school representative elections, working on confidence building in groups and individually, and learning more about highland childerens forum. The evening was made up of and equality quiz and a Disco.

Over the friday we took part in various action for childeren workshops, "a right blether" workshops, waverly care workshop, and LGBT issues. There was then a Youth Voice debate regarding the number of youth forum representatives at Highland Youth Voice.

On the saturday we received Budget Consultation feedback from the previous highland youth voice conference at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig in Skye, there was then an informatin session about campaigns and executive representatives for HYV. After this we worked in our local area groups where the forum re-elected Bethany and Stuart as our xec reps, and decided to focus our efforts on making a Youth Forum exchange possible. We opted to do this by applying for various sources of funding whilst doing various fundraisers ourselves.

After each Youth Forum had given its feedback there was an open mic session where various questions were asked and HYV members were able to state their opinions. Finally and evaluation of the conference was held, goodbyes were said, and the members returned home.


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