Outcome 6: Indicator 9
Indicator 9: Young people understand how their actions impact on others locally and/or globally
Young people exist in a globalised interdependent world. Indicator 9 explores the extent to which young people understand how their actions – their spending, campaigning or democratic engagement choices – can impact on other people in their own communities and around the world. For example choosing to consistently buy fair trade goods has a positive impact on people in other countries; choosing to boycott products or a brand can impact on people in Scotland and other countries.
How can I measure this indicator with young people?
You can use an agree/disagree table to understand to what extent young people agree or disagree with statements you provide on the impact of their actions locally and/or globally. You can download the Statement Table here.