October 2021. If you are under 18 in custody, you still have human rights. No matter what you have done or who you are, you have the right to be
March 2021. To celebrate children’s rights being written into Scots law we asked Lenniesaurus to write us this special richts poyum, which you can use with our writing rights poems resource as part of a session or workshop.
November 2020. LLM Student Kate Whiting worked with us to write a report on children in conflict with the law in Scotland and whether their human rights are upheld. This is a summary version of the report for children and young people.
October 2020. Our Children and Young People’s Annual Report for the period between April 2019 and March 2020 is an online resource explaining some of the most important things we did as fierce champions for your rights.
Each year, we produce a version of our annual report for children and young people. They’ve told us they want to see bright pictures about our work and have us explain what we’ve done.
Our 2017/18 Annual Report made with the advice of children from Loanhead After School Club (LASC) in Midlothian.
This film for children and young people covers what our office did between April 2016 and March 2017. It’s subtitled and signed in BSL.
This audio clip explains what the 7 Golden Rules for Participation are.
An audio clip about our process reporting to the UN in Geneva.
An easy read version of our children and young people’s annual report for 2015-2016.