One of the 3 asks from the Cabinet Takeover 2021 was ‘Trees for All’. As one of my last tasks before retiring from Forestry, it was exciting to deal with such a well thought out, informed ‘ask’ from Scottish Children
Do you know someone who promotes, protects, or defends children’s human rights? Please tell us about them! We want to shine a light on #UnsungUnfearties as part of our 25thbirthday celebrations and inspire others to bravely champion children’s rights. All nominees will receive
“We can only be human rights defenders if we are brave, courageous and ready to fight injustice.” – Kate Gilmore, Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights. We are pleased to announce that after a fantastic visit by Members of Children’s Parliament to
To mark Children’s Parliament’s 21st birthday, we initiated the inspiring and brave band of Unfearties. Since 2017, more than 1000 people, including doctors, nurses, teachers, parents, carers, civil servants, local authority workers, third sector practitioners, United Nations deputy high commissioners,
Founded in 1996 by Co-directors Cathy McCulloch and Colin Morrison, Children’s Parliament was inspired by a child’s opinion that every town should have a ‘children’s parliament at the centre of it, somewhere for children and adults to meet and talk
2021 is Children’s Parliament’s ‘Year of Childhood’ and highlighting positive rights-based practice in the early years is an important part of this. We want to make children’s human rights a reality in Scotland. Can you help us move this forward?
Licketyspit is a children’s theatre company which specialises in participative drama-led play for 3-8 year olds and their families. Their children’s rights-based approach is called Storyplay. Virginia Radcliffe, Artistic Director and CEO, has written this #EverydayUnfeartiness blog for us to
Fathers Network Scotland demonstrates Unfeartieness through fostering strong relationships based on equality and mutual respect.
On March 16th, 2021, MSPs voted unanimously to enshrine children’s human rights as outlined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) into Scots law. Although children’s human rights will become law in Scotland, we know
The Year of Childhood 2021 consists of a portfolio of events, discussions, webinars and roundtables. We will share the learning and inspiring stories through these webpages.