Introducing The Rights Detectives!

The Rights Detectives are children aged 10 - 17 from across Scotland who are helping to shape a NEW Human Rights Bill! 

The Detectives will receive special missions from Scottish Government, conduct investigations with their peers and join Together in online and in-person sessions.

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130 Scottish organisations unite against the Rights Removal Bill and ask UK Government not to scrap the Human Rights Act

130 organisations are asking the UK Government to reconsider the Rights Removal Bill and instead, consider what can be done to better protect human rights for all in Scotland, and across the UK!

Read more here!

Raising our concerns to the Commissioner for Human Rights!

We've joined children's rights alliances across all four nations to raise our concerns over the repeal of the Human Rights Act. 


Read our joint letter here!

Read our State of Children's Rights Report 2022!

The report seeks to inspire and enable everyone in Scotland to put children’s human rights at the heart of everything they do.

Working closely with our members, we have highlighted the importance of children’s participation, child rights budgeting, impact assessments, inclusive communications and more, alongside examples of promising practice, tips and resources to support and inspire others.

We hope our report can serve as a roadmap for all levels of government, the Scottish Parliament, organisations and practitioners as we move towards implementation of the UNCRC (Incorporation) (Scotland) Bill.

Read the report here!

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Latest News & Events

2nd August 2022 — Scotland-specific monitoring and reporting
Reporting to the United Nations

A big thank you to all our members, children and young people for their responses to our recent survey on urgent issues which effect children and young people in Scotland. Your responses will help us write a report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, highlighting what the Scottish and UK governments should be doing to better respect, protect and fulfil children’s rights.

2nd August 2022 — Armed conflict

Campaign to end military recruitment of under-18s

Charlotte Cooper, Campaigns Coordinator at CRIN, gives an update of their campaign to end recruitment of children by the British armed forces. She writes about their activities in the first half of 2022.

1st August 2022 — Awareness-raising

Promoting Future Voices: Gregor

Gregor, a participant in our Rights Right Now! project, has been featured in the recent edition of Enable magazine! He talks about his involvement in the project, which aimed to support meaningful and inclusive participation of children and young people as Scotland moves to incorporate the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).

1st August 2022 — General measures of implementation

Read the Year of Childhood 2021 Report!

The Year of Childhood 2021 saw the passage of the UNCRC Incorporation Bill and Children’s Parliament’s 25th birthday. During the year, Children’s Parliament explored childhood through the lens of children’s human rights, raising awareness and understanding amongst the adult workforce.

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