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Safer Internet Day 2024: Exploring children’s rights and AI

Advocating for the rights of children – and using their voices to make change

Yopa extends support of Children in Scotland after a successful year of partnership working

Children in Scotland shortlisted for two prestigious awards

Increasing access to hobbies for children and young people

Children in Scotland welcomes ban on single use vapes

Creativity and culture: bringing child rights to life

... Creativity and culture: bringing child rights to life 9 Mar 2021 The Living Museums project is working with creative and enthusiastic young people, aged 14-21 years, across Stirling, Perth and Dumfries to support museums in becoming more...


Launching a new way to support child rights and additional support for learning

... Launching a new way to support child rights and additional support for learning 19 January 2021 Children in Scotland's Head of Inclusion Sally Cavers on supporting child rights and additional support for learning with the launch of the My...


Speaking up for child rights at major European event

...Speaking up for child rights at major European event 8 Nov 2017 Children in Scotland’s Policy Manager, Marion Macleod, is speaking up in support of the rights and protection of all children at a major international event being held this...


25 Calls response: Adults are responsible for ensuring child rights. So let's step up

An exciting time to be working on children's rights

Reflecting on children’s rights in Scotland and Europe

Our children and young people's advisory group responds to proposals for Human Rights Act reform
advisory group changing our world human rights human rights act Participation rights young people

Life through a child-rights lens

... Life through a child-rights lens 7 Sep 2021 child rights impact assessments aren’t tick-box exercises but opportunities to review policy and practice, keeping children and young people at the very heart of what we do, writes Amy...


Child rights or public health? There's no choice

...or public health? There's no choice 28 Jul 2020 Children in Scotland CEO Jackie Brock on a child rights response to COVID-19 and why we need now more than ever to incorporate the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child into domestic...


The rights of children and families must be at the heart of housing policy

...reference to the needs of children, young people and their families and a clear commitment to child rights. The response is underlined by Children in Scotland’s commitment to a rights-based approach, in this case specifically Article 27 of...


25 Calls response: Our economy is broken but our people aren’t. A new rights-based approach would mean a better future for children

...part of the 25 Calls campaign – but we would add to it that any economy must be viewed through a child rights lens. 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), and the Scottish Government...


New EU Children’s Commissioner ‘would help deliver on children’s rights’

25 Calls response: Child poverty in Scotland is not inevitable. It is a failure of government to fulfil the rights of their citizens

25 Calls response: Do we live in a world where children need to defend their rights?

“The future looks bleak”: children’s sector voices anxiety over rights, services and opportunities post-Brexit

Facebook data breach represents 'blatant undermining of children's rights'

Children’s rights extended as new legislation comes into force
Additional support Children's rights Legislation

Children’s rights extended as new legislation comes into force
Additional support additional support needs Children's rights Legislation

Brexit threat to legal rights of 1 in 10 children
Children's rights Legislation

Brexit threat to legal rights of 1 in 10 children

...protections in relation to cross-border family law as a result of Brexit, a report from a leading child rights organisation has found. Research published today by Together (Scottish Alliance for Children’s Rights) finds: More than 10% of...

Children's rights Legislation

Call to prioritise children's rights in Brexit process
Brexit Children's rights Europe News

Listen, learn and act: New magazine calls for "young voices" to shape the children's sector

Children in Scotland announces new Head of Policy, Projects and Participation

Imagining 'elsewhere': art therapy helping set children free from the anxiety of chronic illness

Amplifying seldom heard voices: the importance of direct services for children and young people

Should we blame influencers for online harm? 40,000 children have their say

ASL progress report reveals too many children are still missing out
Additional support additional support for learning ASL ASN Education

Access to childcare services ‘has strengthened relationships and wellbeing for children and parents’, new report finds
access to childcare fund childcare Families flexibility out of school care Parents Poverty services

Latest issue of Insight now available
care experienced people child poverty child rights Early years Education literacy Mental Health Wellbeing

We've made progress on children's rights, but not enough
Children's rights human rights

Children's Rights and UNCRC training

...training Please contact our Events team at events@childreninscotland.org.uk to discuss your child rights training needs. Children's Rights Training Brochure Download a brochure which outlines the different training...


State of Children’s Rights report published

...for children. Budgeting Confusion caused by differing terminology and models with regard to child rights budgeting. child rights Impact Assessments Extensive gaps in knowledge and understanding around CRIA, as well as poor access to data...

Children's rights Participation third sector UNCRC youth justice

Making Children's Rights Real Across Scotland event summary

...Parliament. Rona set the scene for the afternoon by highlighting the importance of embedding a child rights-based approach into practice. She invited delegates to support children to further exercise their rights by joining the Year of...


Our Hearing's, Our Voice workshop presentation - Making Children's Rights Real Across Scotland

Licketyspit's workshop presentation - Making Children's Rights Real Across Scotland

Children's Parliament keynote and workshop presentations - Making Children's Rights Real Across Scotland event

...speech Rona set the scene for the afternoon by highlighting the importance of embedding a child rights-based approach into practice. She invited delegates to support children to further exercise their rights by joining the Year of...


Children in Scotland workshop presentations - Making Children's Rights Real Across Scotland event

Call 3: All children and young people should have access to mental health support when they need it, based on rights, trust, privacy – and without discrimination

Call 13: Support children to become human rights defenders

ASL Inquiry Education, Children and Young People Committee

Children in Scotland's Early Years Conference 2023 Hub

Children’s Hearings Scotland launches new feedback portal
Children's rights the Promise

Scottish Children’s Health Awards: nominations open

...Health Awards page: childrenshealthscotland.org/events/awards Related content Comment: child rights or public health? There's no choice July 28 2020 Q&A with Kara Brown: “There’s still stigma surrounding mental health, but...

awards child health Healthcare

Scouts Scotland extends human rights learning badge
Children's rights early learning human rights

More than a third of parents can't access suitable childcare
childcare cost of living early learning and childcare Early years working parents

Child-led research into justice in Scotland

...research into justice in Scotland Posted 22 April 2022, by Jennifer Drummond child rights child-led participation and engagement youth justice Children think justice should create an opportunity to...

child rights child-led participation and engagement youth justice

MSPs urged to withhold consent for Nationalities Bill

...for Nationalities and Borders Bill Posted 22 February, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond child rights human rights refugee UNCRC Organisations from across the third sector are urging Scotland to vote down the...

child rights human rights refugee UNCRC


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Safer Internet Day 2024: Exploring children’s rights and AI

Advocating for the rights of children – and using their voices to make change

Yopa extends support of Children in Scotland after a successful year of partnership working

Children in Scotland shortlisted for two prestigious awards

Increasing access to hobbies for children and young people

Children in Scotland welcomes ban on single use vapes

Creativity and culture: bringing child rights to life

... Creativity and culture: bringing child rights to life 9 Mar 2021 The Living Museums project is working with creative and enthusiastic young people, aged 14-21 years, across Stirling, Perth and Dumfries to support museums in becoming more...


Launching a new way to support child rights and additional support for learning

... Launching a new way to support child rights and additional support for learning 19 January 2021 Children in Scotland's Head of Inclusion Sally Cavers on supporting child rights and additional support for learning with the launch of the My...


Speaking up for child rights at major European event

...Speaking up for child rights at major European event 8 Nov 2017 Children in Scotland’s Policy Manager, Marion Macleod, is speaking up in support of the rights and protection of all children at a major international event being held this...


25 Calls response: Adults are responsible for ensuring child rights. So let's step up

An exciting time to be working on children's rights

Reflecting on children’s rights in Scotland and Europe

Our children and young people's advisory group responds to proposals for Human Rights Act reform
advisory group changing our world human rights human rights act Participation rights young people

Life through a child-rights lens

... Life through a child-rights lens 7 Sep 2021 child rights impact assessments aren’t tick-box exercises but opportunities to review policy and practice, keeping children and young people at the very heart of what we do, writes Amy...


Child rights or public health? There's no choice

...or public health? There's no choice 28 Jul 2020 Children in Scotland CEO Jackie Brock on a child rights response to COVID-19 and why we need now more than ever to incorporate the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child into domestic...


The rights of children and families must be at the heart of housing policy

...reference to the needs of children, young people and their families and a clear commitment to child rights. The response is underlined by Children in Scotland’s commitment to a rights-based approach, in this case specifically Article 27 of...


25 Calls response: Our economy is broken but our people aren’t. A new rights-based approach would mean a better future for children

...part of the 25 Calls campaign – but we would add to it that any economy must be viewed through a child rights lens. 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), and the Scottish Government...


New EU Children’s Commissioner ‘would help deliver on children’s rights’

25 Calls response: Child poverty in Scotland is not inevitable. It is a failure of government to fulfil the rights of their citizens

25 Calls response: Do we live in a world where children need to defend their rights?

“The future looks bleak”: children’s sector voices anxiety over rights, services and opportunities post-Brexit

Facebook data breach represents 'blatant undermining of children's rights'

Children’s rights extended as new legislation comes into force
Additional support Children's rights Legislation

Children’s rights extended as new legislation comes into force
Additional support additional support needs Children's rights Legislation

Brexit threat to legal rights of 1 in 10 children
Children's rights Legislation

Brexit threat to legal rights of 1 in 10 children

...protections in relation to cross-border family law as a result of Brexit, a report from a leading child rights organisation has found. Research published today by Together (Scottish Alliance for Children’s Rights) finds: More than 10% of...

Children's rights Legislation

Call to prioritise children's rights in Brexit process
Brexit Children's rights Europe News

Listen, learn and act: New magazine calls for "young voices" to shape the children's sector

Children in Scotland announces new Head of Policy, Projects and Participation

Imagining 'elsewhere': art therapy helping set children free from the anxiety of chronic illness

Amplifying seldom heard voices: the importance of direct services for children and young people

Should we blame influencers for online harm? 40,000 children have their say

ASL progress report reveals too many children are still missing out
Additional support additional support for learning ASL ASN Education

Access to childcare services ‘has strengthened relationships and wellbeing for children and parents’, new report finds
access to childcare fund childcare Families flexibility out of school care Parents Poverty services

Latest issue of Insight now available
care experienced people child poverty child rights Early years Education literacy Mental Health Wellbeing


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We've made progress on children's rights, but not enough
postChildren's rights human rights

Children's Rights and UNCRC training
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...training Please contact our Events team at events@childreninscotland.org.uk to discuss your child rights training needs. Children's Rights Training Brochure Download a brochure which outlines the different training...


State of Children’s Rights report published
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...for children. Budgeting Confusion caused by differing terminology and models with regard to child rights budgeting. child rights Impact Assessments Extensive gaps in knowledge and understanding around CRIA, as well as poor access to data...

Children's rights Participation third sector UNCRC youth justice

Making Children's Rights Real Across Scotland event summary
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...Parliament. Rona set the scene for the afternoon by highlighting the importance of embedding a child rights-based approach into practice. She invited delegates to support children to further exercise their rights by joining the Year of...


Call 3: All children and young people should have access to mental health support when they need it, based on rights, trust, privacy – and without discrimination
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Call 13: Support children to become human rights defenders
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Children’s Hearings Scotland launches new feedback portal
postChildren's rights the Promise

Scottish Children’s Health Awards: nominations open
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...Health Awards page: childrenshealthscotland.org/events/awards Related content Comment: child rights or public health? There's no choice July 28 2020 Q&A with Kara Brown: “There’s still stigma surrounding mental health, but...

awards child health Healthcare

Scouts Scotland extends human rights learning badge
postChildren's rights early learning human rights

More than a third of parents can't access suitable childcare
postchildcare cost of living early learning and childcare Early years working parents

Child-led research into justice in Scotland
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...research into justice in Scotland Posted 22 April 2022, by Jennifer Drummond child rights child-led participation and engagement youth justice Children think justice should create an opportunity to...

child rights child-led participation and engagement youth justice

MSPs urged to withhold consent for Nationalities Bill
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...for Nationalities and Borders Bill Posted 22 February, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond child rights human rights refugee UNCRC Organisations from across the third sector are urging Scotland to vote down the...

child rights human rights refugee UNCRC