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All children have the rights set out in the UNCRC, and individual children and young people shouldn’t be discriminated against when these rights are realised.More about Article 2
Article 4 of the UNCRC says that the Scottish Government and UK Government should both work to make sure the Convention is known about and upheld.More about Article 4
Article 5 of the UNCRC is about recognising that most young people will find that their parents, guardians or family are the people who are most qualified to give them good advice.More about Article 5
Article 7 of the UNCRC says that all children and young people have the right to a name and nationality, which they should be granted at birth.More about Article 7
Article 8 is about your name, nationality and family relationships. It says the government shouldn’t interfere with the right to any of these.More about Article 8
Article 10 of the UNCRC says children and young people should be able to stay in contact with and visit their parents, even if they live in different countries.More about Article 10