Children’s Parliament worked with two primary schools in Fife where we delivered two full-day workshops with over fifty children from Primary 5 & Primary 6. The focus of the workshops was to introduce participating children to the UNCRC and children’s human rights. Following the workshops, twelve Investigators from both schools participated in a series of six workshops and three missions, which were led by children and delivered to their classmates, investigating what food and fairness meant to them. The children presented their findings and key messages in a sharing event with adults who can influence food and health policy in Fife and beyond. The key messages the children shared were: Children have worries over people accessing food. Children want adults to listen to children on food choices. Food is important to children to build relationships and feel happy, healthy and safe.