Nicola Sturgeon is meeting young people today at the Oasis Youth Centre in Dumfries, to officially launch 2018 as the Year of Young People.
The First Minister will watch a drama performance of 'The Toon' - which focuses on issues facing young people in society today - and discuss Year of Young People plans with some of the young people involved.
Nicola Sturgeon has apologised to her party's MPs who lost their seats in the last election.
The First Minister was speaking to our Political Editor Peter MacMahon at the SNP's conference in Glasgow:
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