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Media releases issued by the Commissioner’s office.
The coronavirus emergency has demonstrated how easily children are left with no voice, even as governments struggle to deliver policy aimed to benefit them, the Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland said today.
The Commissioner says Scotland’s Education Recovery Group must use all available resources to the maximum extent possible to support children’s education.
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.
Along with other equality and human rights bodies we're calling for the Equality and Human Rights Committee to consider an inquiry.
National statutory guidance on the use of restraint and seclusion must be introduced as a matter of urgency, said the Children’s Commissioner today.
Scotland’s leading children’s charities and Scotland’s Children’s Commissioner have hailed today’s historic Holyrood vote on equal protection.
The Children and Young People’s Commissioner, Bruce Adamson has written to Directors of Education of every local authority urging them to support children taking part in the global action against climate change.
Scotland’s largest teaching union, the EIS, has today called for the Scottish Government to produce national guidance on the use of restraint and seclusion in schools.