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  • Engagement with children and young people

    Date: 10th November 2010
    Category: Respect for the views of the child

    SCRA has launched a new framework which aims to give children and young people a greater say in the Hearings System and to help SCRA increase their engagement and improve their communication with children and young people. Part of this work is now well underway and SCRA is about to launch a series of new measures.

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  • Future of the European ‘Youth in Action’ Programme

    Date: 29th October 2010
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children, Respect for the views of the child, Non-discrimination, Family Environment and Alternative Care, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Children with disabilities, Basic Health and Welfare

    The current European Commission youth programme - "Youth in Action" - will run until the end of 2013. An online public consultation has just been launched to collect views on how to best develop a future programme so as to ensure an adequate response to youth needs, challenges and expectations.

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  • Diana Award

    Date: 13th October 2010
    Category: Respect for the views of the child

    Diana Award's vision is to promote a culture that celebrates young people from all sections of society who have made a selfless contribution to their community.

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  • Pay employers to offer Internships

    Date: 17th August 2010
    Category: Respect for the views of the child, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Basic Health and Welfare

    A "non-graduate talent pool" would benefit business and at-risk young people.

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  • Being young, being heard

    Date: 13th August 2010
    Category: Respect for the views of the child

    Citizens Advice Scotland would like to hear from you if you are aged between 16 and 25, live in Scotland, and feel that you have been affected by the recession.

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  • Interfaith Web Forum launched

    Date: 13th August 2010
    Category: Respect for the views of the child, Equal protection from violence

    An online interfaith discussion forum has been launched by the Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland (ACPOS). The Interfaith web forum is the first of its kind to be used by police forces and partnership agencies across Scotland to gather opinions from young people of all faiths.

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  • What Matters To You? Research with children and young people

    Date: 26th July 2010
    Category: Children with disabilities, Respect for the views of the child

    The fSDC liaison project has teamed up with LTCAS to carry out research with children and young people. If you work with children and young people with a long term condition or disability, we want to know what matters to them.

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  • Scotland’s Young People Consult to Change Their Picture

    Date: 12th July 2010
    Category: Respect for the views of the child

    The Scottish Youth Parliament (SYP) has just launched its biggest EVER youth consultation 'Picture the Change' and over the next 3 months are seeking to engage with a whopping 15,000 young people on the issues most important to them to create a brand new youth manifesto.

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  • Engage for Education

    Date: 1st July 2010
    Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Respect for the views of the child

    Are you a parent, child, young person, pupil, student, teacher or educator? Do you work in a school, nursery, college or university? Are you interested in early years or school education, further and higher education, or adult learning and skills? Do you have views and suggestions about how Scottish education could be even better? Have your say on the Scottish Government's new "Engage for Education" website.

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  • What’s RIGHT brilliant in young people’s lives?

    Date: 30th June 2010
    Category: Respect for the views of the child, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities

    Tam Baillie, the Children's Commissioner wants to hear all about what matters to children and young people.

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  • Children's Views of the Hearings System

    Date: 8th April 2010
    Category: Respect for the views of the child

    As part of the proposed Children's Hearings reform in Scotland, the Scottish Government asked the Children's Parliament to consult with children who had been involved in a Children's Hearing. Conversations with these children can be downloaded as a PDF here, or you can watch the DVD on YouTube here.

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  • Call for nominations for the International Children's Peace Prize 2010

    Date: 10th February 2010
    Category: Respect for the views of the child

    The nomination round for the International Children's Peace Prize 2010 has officially started. You are asked to nominate a child between the age of 12-18 years old, who you think is performing extraordinary efforts to improve children's rights.

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