Together is part of an exciting project commissioned by the Scottish Government to work jointly with our amazing partners JustRight Scotland, JRS KnowHow, Children’s Parliament and the Observatory on Human Rights of Children in Wales to explore in depth the skills and knowledge required for different duty-bearers to fully implement children’s rights in Scotland.
Together has brought together a Professional Panel, which is made up of people from a variety of backgrounds, lived experiences, and areas of Scotland. The panel members are playing a crucial role in shaping the Framework through a truly collaborative process. It is exciting to hear the experiences of professionals from across the Scottish workforce, about the opportunities and challenges they see for the implementation of the UNCRC, and learn what is needed to help them and their colleagues to fully realise children’s rights.
The Professional Panel are working alongside a Children and Families Panel supported by Children’s Parliament, to gain from their knowledge and lived experiences.
We have also held events for wider stakeholders from sectors across Scotland, to provide them with updates on the project, hear their thoughts on public services current children’s rights practice, what improvement is needed, to discuss the values, skills and knowledge needed for a children’s rights approach, and gain feedback on existing children’s rights resources.
Our next event is to gather valuable input for the Training Plan from workers across public authorities in Scotland and public services providers. It will be useful for learning and development leads, talent professionals, heads of service, trainers, unions and professional associations, evaluators and people interested in learning more about children’s human rights training.
The event will be held online on Microsoft Teams, on the 26th of October at 2pm, and the deadline for signing up is the 23rd of October at 10am.
Anyone interested in attending can sign up using this Eventbrite link.
If you are interested in becoming part of a wider Stakeholder group who will be kept up to date on the project and have opportunities to feed in their thoughts on the ongoing work and materials created, you can complete this Microsoft form.
Keep an eye on this page for more updates, including future events.
Our Project Officer Mary Campbell outlines how crucial the Panel’s work will be for the Scottish workforce.
Mary Campbell reflects on the Skills and Knowledge Framework progress so far.
Link to Website Below!
Click here to access the Skills and Knowledge Framework's website 'Developing a Skills and Knowledge Framework and Training Plan for UNCRC Implementation in Scotland'.