What does it mean to be a young male in Scotland today?
No Knives, Better Lives is looking to recruit a young person aged between 16-26 who has grown up male to share their experiences about what it means to be a boy or young man in Scotland today.
The opportunity is part of a new research collaboration between YouthLink Scotland and NKBL, the Boys and Young Men Project, which will comprise a Steering Group made up of six people with a range of backgrounds and experiences.
The young person should have an active interest in the topic as well as interest in providing advice about the development of the research process and analysis of the findings.
For this year-long project, the Steering Group will meet three times - in April 2021, September 2021 and February 2022. The first meeting will take place online on Tuesday 27 April 3-4.30pm.
The project will be offering vouchers as compensation for participation, as well as providing any necessary items for taking part in the group.
To apply for this opportunity, all you need to do is fill in the online application form and submit by Tuesday 13 April.