The More Choices More Chances (MCMC) initiative was published in June 2006 and endorsed by the Scottish Government following the election in May 2007. It is a policy initiative that seeks to provide young people in need of additional support with pathways into education, employment or training. MCMC contains a 39-point action plan which will be delivered by central and local government and other partners from the public, voluntary and private sector.
16+ Learning Choices is part of the MCMC agenda and is the model within the Curriculum for Excellence being used to encourage young people to stay in learning beyond the age of 16.
Glasgow's School Leaver Destination Return 2013
Positive destinations for Glasgow's young people are increasing in number according to this report.
Glagow City Council Youth Employability pages
Learn more about what the Council is doing on employment for young people
Children and Young People Bill
On 22nd March 2013 the Scottish Government published their response to the consultation they carried out on the Children and Young People Bill
Cross Cutting Issues: A review of Youth Health Service Provision in Glasgow City
This report follows a review of youth health service provision in Glasgow and makes recommendations for the future strategic direction of youth health services in the city.
Valuing Young People: Principles and Connections to Support Young People Achieve Their Potential
This Scottish Government Report is intended as a practical resource for anyone making decisions that affect the support we give young people or anyone involved in delivering services to them.
Getting it right for every child is a programme that aims to improve outcomes for all children and young people.
GCVS is a member of Glasgow 's Strategic Youth Partnership