We want to give participants the opportunity to gain a stronger understanding of the barriers to inclusion that face young people in their lives today and how in Scouting we can work to remove them. Through open discussions and case studies from young people in Scouting, we will also explore the links to mental health and why inclusion is an important factor for MOs to be working towards. MOs will be given the platform to share good practise and walk away with new ideas to support inclusion that can be embedded nationally.
At the end of the session, participants will;
Target audience– All participants, any level