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Start of webcastShare video at 00:00:00No items attached to this agenda
Welcome and IntroductionShare video at 00:00:00No items attached to this agenda
Address by His Excellency the Lieutenant GovernorShare video at 00:05:11No items attached to this agenda
Le Rocquier Motion - Promoting social inclusion can help in combating stigma relating to physical and mental disabilityShare video at 00:15:59No items attached to this agenda
Les Quennevais Motion - Is Mental Health in Teenagers taken seriously?Share video at 00:26:32No items attached to this agenda
Beaulieu Motion - Increasing mental health awareness in Jersey will exacerbate the problemShare video at 00:39:14No items attached to this agenda
Hautlieu Motion - There is too much focus on mental health and not enough on emotional wellbeingShare video at 00:48:11No items attached to this agenda
Jersey College for Girls Motion - We believe that the completion of school work at home for younger students does not reap positive rewards but causes unnecessary stress and anxietyShare video at 01:00:11No items attached to this agenda
Victoria College Motion - Boys don't cryShare video at 01:12:39No items attached to this agenda
Haute Vallée Motion - Low self-esteem leading to other mental health issues in young people has an adverse effect on their academic achievement but is it an educational responsibility or a much wider issue?Share video at 01:23:09No items attached to this agenda
De La Salle Motion - The stigma behind young men's mental healthShare video at 01:28:34No items attached to this agenda
Conclusion and VoteShare video at 01:41:29No items attached to this agenda