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STUC Youth Committee
The Committee is made up young workers under 27 years of age from across Scotland and campaigns on a range of issues including climate change, fair work for young peopple, housing and poverty.
It represents young workers' views and opinions to a number of bodies including government and ensures a young workers voice is heard at the STUC General Council.
STUC Youth Conference
STUC affiliates are encouraged to send delegates to the Youth Conference and nominate young members to the STUC Youth Committee. Affiliates nominating delegates are also able to submit motions for debate and consideration by the Conference. The Conference votes on the motions submitted and elects young delegates to serve on the STUC's Youth Committee each year.
This year's Youth Committee priorities include:
Young people, industry and the changing climate
Work insecurity, housing and Social Security
Young people and mental health
Supporting the Better than Zero Campaign
This years committee members are:
Chair: Maria Feeney, Unite the Union
Vice chair: Kyle Scott, Unite the Union
Liam Callaghan, GMB Scotland
Jordan Carroll, UNISON
John Carson, Communication Workers’ Union
Rowan Martin, Union of Shop, Distributive & Allied Workers
Jonathan Rimmer, National Union of Journalists
Tommy Wilson, Unite the Union
Abigail Wood, Public & Commercial Services Union
Elsie Greenwood, GMB Scotland
Stella Rooney, Unite the Union
Sasha Brydon, Aberdeen Trades Union Council
Graham Menzies, USDAW
Morgan Horn, Unite the Union
For more information about the STUC Youth Conference, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org