Youth Scotland and YouthLink Scotland have teamed up for a project to find out more about supporting youth workers around Brexit. The project, Hear EU, will consist of workshops with youth work practitioners to get their thoughts on Brexit and a report summarising the findings. This survey forms part of the research stage.

If you have any further questions about the project, please contact Emily Beever ebeever@youthlinkscotland.org. 

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* 1. Are you a...?

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* 2. Do you work/volunteer for...?

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* 4. Have you or your organisation participated in or accessed any of the following since 2014? Tick all that apply.

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* 5. Are you a non-UK EU national?

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* 6. Are any of your colleagues, including volunteers, non-UK EU nationals?

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* 7. Are any of the young people who use your service a non-UK EU national? This can include young people where one or both parents were born in an EU country outside the UK.

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* 8. Where do you get most of your information/news on Brexit?

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* 9. Do you feel informed about the Brexit negotiation process and projected outcomes?

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* 10. Did you provide information to young people in the lead up to the EU referendum or during the current negotiation period?

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* 11. If so, how did you do this? What information did you use?

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* 12. If not, what were the reasons you did not?

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* 13. Thinking about opportunities for young people's political participation through youth work, have these increased, decreased or stayed the same since the EU referendum?

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* 14. What are your observations of community relations since the EU referendum in June 2016?

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* 15. How could sector-wide organisations like Youth Scotland and YouthLink Scotland support you to discuss divisive political issues with young people?

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* 16. How likely are you to consider taking up opportunities for international youth work or international professional development, e.g. working, training or studying abroad after the UK leaves the EU?

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* 17. Thinking of existing international youth work partnerships, how likely are you to maintain professional contact after the UK leaves the EU?

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* 18. Will there be a financial impact to your youth work organisation as a result of the UK leaving the EU?

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* 19. What other impacts do you think the UK leaving the EU will have on opportunities for work and volunteering in youth work organisations?

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* 20. How could sector-wide organisations like Youth Scotland and YouthLink Scotland support you to deliver high quality youth work after Brexit?

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* 21. The next National Youth Work Strategy will be developed in the coming year. What should be the top priorities for youth work in post-Brexit Scotland?

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* 22. Any other comments.

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