Getting human rights advice in scary times
Rights are there so that children and young people can lead safe and happy lives, and that doesn’t stop being true in difficult times.Coronavirus
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Statement on Trussell Trust figures showing an 62% increase in food parcels given to children in Scotland in April
Children and Young People’s Commissioner Bruce Adamson fully supports calls for a lump sum cash payment of £250 for families on low incomes.
All children have the right to a view: Our Briefing to MSPs on the Children (Scotland) Bill
We’ve sent a briefing to MSPs ahead of Stage 1 debate on the Children (Scotland) Bill in the Scottish Parliament this afternoon.
Eilidh’s Top 10 things to keep you busy during lockdown!
Young adviser Eilidh: “I wanted to put together a list of things I’ve been doing that help me stay happy and occupied during this difficult time, and I really hope that you take the time to read this post!”
Learning at home with the Commissioner: Activity 4
This short rights-based film for primary aged children helps them think about ways to relax and play.