Typical example of Common Purpose at work pushing the new socio-political agenda via children. This time it is an electronic smart card that's being introduced by the Scottish Executive, Young Scot, Local Councils and other organisations with the aim of enabling you to access all kinds of services with just one piece of plastic. In Glasgow, the card will have a Glasgow City Council logo and PASS (Proof of Age Standard Scheme) Hologram on the front, along with your photo, name and date of birth. On the back, it'll display the new Glasgow Young Scot logo, a magnetic stripe (for use in School Fuel Zones) and a barcode (for use in Libraries).
Legal basis of the scheme
COUNCIL OF EUROPE
COMMITTEE OF MINISTERS
INSTITUTING A PARTIAL AGREEMENT ON THE YOUTH CARD FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROMOTING AND FACILITATING YOUTH MOBILITY IN EUROPE
(adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 13 September 1991 at the 461st meeting of the Ministers' Deputies)
Common Purpose assists the hidden political agenda by a Consultation Exercise within a Common Purpose â€œYour Turn Conferenceâ€.
Challenge set for Young People
Challenge Title - Help us make the Glasgow Young Scot Card more appealing to 15 â€“ 18 year olds?
Are you happy with this 'charity' to be manipulating your children? If not please warn other people and encourage them to visit this website.