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  • Schools for all: Including disabled children in education

    Date: 1st January 2002
    Category: Children with disabilities, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities
    Author: Save the Children

    These guidelines take a holistic view of the educational needs of disabled children by examining the environment in which all children learn. The central message is that mainstream learning environments can include children who may have particular learning needs due to developmental delay or impairment. Inclusive education involves child-centred (rather than curriculum-centred) learning approaches.

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  • Outside Looking In

    Date: 3rd December 2001
    Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Family Environment and Alternative Care
    Author: Aberlour Child Care Trust

    A report highlighting findings from a research study about the views of looked after young people and their access to education. The report provides an opportunity to listen to the voices of the looked after and excluded.

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  • Guidelines regarding initial reports of States Parties under article 8(1) of the Optional Protocol to the CRC on the involvement of children in armed conflict

    Date: 1st January 2001
    Author: United Nations

    Reports should provide information on the measures adopted by the State Party to give effect to the rights set forth in the Optional Protocol and on the progress made in the enjoyment of those rights and should indicate the factors and difficulties, if any, affecting the degree of fulfilment of the obligations under the Optional Protocol.

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  • Inquiry into Gypsy Travellers and Public Sector Policies

    Date: 1st January 2001
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare, General measures of implementation
    Author: Scottish Executive

    In 2001, the Equal Opportunities Committee published a report which examined the relationship between Gypsy/Travellers and public sector policies.

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  • Children and participation: Research, monitoring and evaluation with children and young people

    Date: 1st November 2000
    Category: Respect for the views of the child
    Author: Save the Children

    This publication is about participatory information gathering in the process of research, monitoring and evaluation with children and young people Its purpose is to guide the reader to sources of information.

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  • Children (Scotland) Act 1995

    Date: 19th July 1995
    Category: Policies & procedures
    Author: Office of Public Sector Information

    This act reformed the law of Scotland relating to children, the adoption of children and young people who as children have been looked after by a local authority; made new provision as respects the relationship between parent and child and guardian and child in the law of Scotland; made provision as respects residential establishments for children and certain other residential establishments; and other connected purposes.

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  • United Nations First Concluding Observations

    Date: 15th February 1995
    Category: UK 1st periodic review
    Author: United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child

    The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child publishes its first Concluding Observations on the state of children's rights in UK.

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  • UK Initial Report

    Date: 28th March 1994
    Category: UK 1st periodic review
    Author: UK Government

    After a country ratifies the Convention, it is required to submit an initial report to the Committee on the Rights of the Child. This initial report outlines measures the country has taken to implement the Convention in the UK.

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  • UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

    Date: 2nd September 1990
    Category: Policies & procedures, UK 1st periodic review
    Author: Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

    The United Nation's Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) applies to all children and young people aged 17 and under. The aim of the UNCRC is to recognise children's rights and ensure that children grow up in the spirit of peace, dignity, tolerance, freedom, equality and solidarity.

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