Rights at Risk
The Human Rights Consortium Scotland (HRCS) published a collection of Scottish civil society perspectives on the potential impact of Brexit. Each chapter outlines the organisation's key concerns around the ways in which Brexit may affect the everyday, essential rights of those that they work with. Together has written chapter 5 on the impact on child rights.
- Rights at Risk (March 2017)
SACR Concluding Observations Response
Our response to the Scottish Government document, Improving the lives of Children in Scotland - are we there yet? In offering comment, we focus on the specific question related to the priorities for action for the Scottish Government with some additional comment on matters that are already under consideration.
UN Convention on the Rights of the Child - Implications for Scotland 2008 - 2014 (2008)
This report is the product of research and analysis of the 2008 Concluding Observations of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, and identifies the implications for Scottish Government, UK Government, local authorities and key public authorities such as health in Scotland. This report is also directed at the media which has been identified by the UN as a key agent in demonising children so can play a significant role in generating a correct and fair understanding of Scotland's 1 million children.
Review of SPCB Supported Bodies - Evidence to ad hoc Committee
Our response to the review of the role of the office of the Scottish Commissioner for Children and Young People.
NGO Alternative Report Scotland (2008)
This report, our submission to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child as part of the 2008 reporting process, was informed by consultation with a wide range of NGOs in Scotland. It highlights areas of concern and makes a number of recommendations for the Scottish and UK Governments.
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