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The Children and Young People’s Commissioner supports the Scottish Human Rights Commission and the UK’s National Preventative Mechanism network’s call for urgent action on children who are deprived of their liberty.
To celebrate the 30th birthday of the UNCRC we want everyone to talk about why children’s rights matter, in a way that means people of all ages can take part. So we’re asking you to send us 7 word stories about the human rights of children and young people.
Scotland's children have been sent a letter by Marta Santos Pais to mark equal protection's passage through the Scottish Parliament.
Young human rights defenders across Scotland are preparing to join action on the global climate crisis, and they have the support of Children and Young People’s Commissioner Bruce Adamson.
14-year-old Beccie White is an ENYA adviser from Scotland and has been working hard on digital rights with our office. Here’s her ENYA story so far.
The Scottish Government is putting the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child into law. But children need all of it. They need it as written. And they need the process to get started now.
The office of the Children and Young People's Commissioner Scotland has published our response to the Scottish Government's consultation on incorporation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).
A study underpinning our evidence around raising Scotland’s minimum age of criminal responsibility has won a prestigious Celebrating Impact Prize from the Economic and Social Research Council.
The Children and Young People's Commissioner Scotland has welcomed the recommendations of the Children and Young People’s Mental Health Taskforce, which were published by the Scottish Government today.