October 2020. A legal analysis of how Scots law complies with the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) for children aged 16 and 17, written for our office by Kate Whiting, LLM student at the University of Edinburgh.
May 2015. Submitted to the Public Petitions Committee, this report consists of:
- a child rights impact assessment on the registration process for youth football in Scotland from a rights perspective, and
- a research report exploring the views of young players.
This short report summarises the views of young people interviewed for our 2013 report around cutbacks in services for young people with disabilities.
This infographic summarises the findings of our 2015 report, How Young People’s Participation in School Supports Achievement and Attainment.
Infographic focusing on the views of young carers.
Learning drawn from discussion on the subject of school toilets with over 900 participating primary school pupils at a national GLOW event.
A report containing the findings of an Ipsos MORI survey of secondary school pupils in Scotland carried out for the Commissioner.
This report presents the key findings from workshops carried out by the Commissioner’s team with children and young people.
It summarises what adults could think about to make sure children and young people participate in decision making in a meaningful way, and highlights what positive experiences of participation can look like.
This preliminary research study examines current practices and procedures in child contact proceedings where there is domestic abuse, from a children’s rights perspective.
This small-scale study explores policy and practice in schools through a survey of 300 schools across a sample of nine local authorities.