The guide is based on practical experience. It provides tried and tested methods of working, for adults interested in encouraging young people to become actively involved in their local community and its regeneration. This guide is based on the experience and learning from Save the Children’s Community Partners Programme (2000 to 2005).
Report setting out the findings of a consultation exercise in which the views of young people from all over Scotland were canvassed on the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child's concluding observations to find out how aware children and young people were about children's rights and which rights were most important to them.
Document containing the full text of all the articles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
This resource is the sixth in a series of lectures designed to honour the memory and achievement of Lord Kilbrandon who wrote one of the most influential policy statements on how a society should deal with 'children in trouble'. This lecture discusses Council of Europe treaties, standard setting, the promotion of rights and juvenile justice.
Leaflet summarising the Articles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
This leaflet contains a summary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Report on the forty-ninth session of the Committee on the Rights of the Child outlining its conclusions and recommendations on the situation of children in Austria, Uganda, Djibouti, Lithuania, Bhutan, United Kingdom and Tanzania. Regarding the UK the Committee was concerned that in practice certain groups of children – such as Roma and Irish Travellers' children; migrant, asylum-seeking and refugee children; and lesbian, bisexual, gay, and transgender children – continued to experience discrimination and social stigmatization.
Aberdeen Council presents information about children's rights, as well as a list of useful contacts.
Website of the SCLC which provides information and advice on all matters relating to the law and children's rights.
This resource from the BBC website presents a major thirty-part narrative history series exploring British childhood and the experience of British children over the last thousand years. Open2.net, the online learning portal from the Open University and the BBC, has also produced a stimulating site to accompany the series, which can be linked to from this BBC webpage.