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The Commissioner and parenting organisations have written to supermarkets urging them to provide guidance to staff on the legitimate reasons why parents and carers may have to shop with their children.
Scotland's equality and rights bodies welcome the Equalities and Human Rights Committee's decision to undertake an inquiry into the impact of COVID-19.
This is the third in a series of short films for primary aged children to start to learn about their rights at home. It helps children think about the ways in which they can keep happy and healthy.
Commissioner Bruce Adamson is part of a group set up to scrutinise the police’s use of their new emergency powers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Along with other equality and human rights bodies we're calling for the Equality and Human Rights Committee to consider an inquiry.
This is the second of our short films for primary children to learn about rights at home. It helps children think about their identity what makes it up.
As the world combats an unprecedented health crisis, the European Network of Ombudspersons for Children (ENOC) has released an open letter highlighting that refugee and migrant children are facing a human rights emergency.
As a member of ENOC we are calling upon our governments, the European Commission and the Council of Europe to undertake all appropriate actions to ensure the rights of children are respected during the COVID-19 healthcare crisis.
Children and young people’s human rights must underpin all decisions taken to introduce new law, policy and practice guidance in Scotland in response to the Covid-19 global pandemic.