Children’s voices at the heart of practice

In this guest blog Lorraine Glass, Partnership Manager at respectme, discusses our recent Children's Parliament Investigates Bullying project, helping to locate ...
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Children’s Parliament Investigates…Trust

TRUST #4 in Children's Parliament's blog series on the foundations of a rights-based childhood. https://youtu.be/X4ntEFpR_80 Children’s Parliament uses the hashtag ...
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Children’s Parliament Investigates…Empathy

EMPATHY #3 in Children's Parliament's blog series on the foundations of a rights-based childhood. https://youtu.be/U-7lgaBn86M Two of the things said ...
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Children’s Parliament Investigates…Kindness

Kindness #2 in Children's Parliament's blog series on the foundations of a rights-based childhood https://youtu.be/NZPf86NcTJ4 Children’s human rights offer a ...
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We are all Human (2016)

Children’s Parliament Investigates…Human Dignity

Human Dignity #1 in Children's Parliament blog series on the foundations of a rights-based childhood https://youtu.be/cY0WbfXWOqM When we think about ...
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Children’s Parliament meets the Scottish Parliament

On 28th February 2017, Children's Parliament, along with the Scottish Youth Parliament, attended Bute House to meet with the Scottish ...
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It’s all about relationships.

While we all come to our own conclusions and create our own agendas around what the Scottish Government means by ...
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Why Children? Why a Parliament?

Children’s Parliament: there may never have been an organisation in Scotland that has had so many questions asked about its ...
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#UndertheSameSky16

We’re counting down the days here at Children’s Parliament because the StreetsAhead Tranent project is about to take a trip to the United ...
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Attainment is a human rights issue

Children’s Parliament has been increasingly engaging with the issue of attainment, particularly the poverty related attainment gap that so clearly spotlights inequality ...
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