#CPYearinReview: N is for National Sitting

Last year, Children’s Parliament celebrated its 21st birthday. Our National Sitting marked the start of a journey – a journey ...
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#CPYearinReview: M is for Member of Children’s Parliament

So, how DO we choose who joins in with Children’s Parliament’s projects and programmes?  This is a question we often ...
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#CPYearinReview: L is for Learner Panel

"All pupils’ wellbeing is important and we should be able to be nurtured no matter what circumstance." This year, the ...
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#CPYearinReview: I is for incorporation

In September 2018, Scotland’s First Minister made a commitment to incorporate the principles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the ...
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#CPYearinReview: G is for Geneva

If you’ve been following our #CPYearinReview so far, you will have read about the 12 Human Rights Defenders’ involvement in ...
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#CPYearinReview: F is for Firsts

There are so many ways to measure the impact of Children’s Parliament’s work. We endeavour to measure both qualitatively and ...
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Children as Human Rights Defenders

#CPYearinReview: D is for Defenders

“We need to defend children’s rights so that children can look back and remember a happy childhood with happy memories.” ...
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Children’s Parliament and Eurochild: MCPs go to Croatia!

Hi, we are Elisha, Ben and Mackenzie! We are MCPs, or Members of Children's Parliament.  At the end of October, ...
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Working with boys and feeling exasperated

For all the talk of growing awareness of adverse childhood experiences, of the need for nurturing educational environments, or the ...
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Times of Our Lives: Growing up in Future Scotland

"We have an opportunity now to break the cycle. Working with children and the adults around them in their homes, ...
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