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Blogs from the Commissioner, young people, staff and civil society.
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!"
Our young adviser Kaydence has been a home learner for years, so she knows all about the most interesting and engaging resources that are out there.
As Scotland's schools prepare to shut as a result of the Coronavirus, Commissioner Bruce Adamson blogs on how adults can protect the human rights of children and young people in difficult times.
On human rights day we're launching an investigation into whether children in Scotland are being unlawfully placed in secure accommodation and so deprived of their liberty.
There’s not much time left for Scotland's current Parliament to incorporate the UNCRC. That means our message on the Convention's birthday is both one of celebration and one of urgency.
For Care Experienced Week, we’d like to focus on the barriers preventing both Looked After children and other children with ASN from accessing their right to CSPs in Scotland.
International Officer Kara Brown blogs on the eight recommendations made by young Human Rights Defenders in Promote. Protect. Defend, a report published by our office and laid before the Scottish Parliament.
Clara Gray, 16, is one of a group of young people from Scotland who created recommendations around mental health to take to Europe’s Commissioners for Children and Young People. Last month, she went to Paris for the annual conference of the European Network of Ombudspersons for Children, and this is how her experience went.
Our Enquiries Officer blogs about her experience at the 11th European Forum on the Rights of the Child.