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Childism at the Tate

Here’s a great article written by a great friend, Dr Sue Lyle, educator from Wales, UK. I would urge parents and teachers to read it with an open mind, maybe a couple of times. 77 more words


Best Interests of a Child and the UNCRC [ Tanzania v Secretary of State]

The United Kingdom ratified the UNCRC ( United Nations Convention on The Rights of a Child ) in April 1990. It has been passed by the United Nations General Assembly and includes full protection for both civil and political rights, including economic,social and cultural rights. 545 more words

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Day Ten: The Right to Doodle

Hands up who recognises that moment of dread when you realise your toddler has been quiet too long?  I’ll give her the benefit of the doubt and say the sofa was just collateral damage as she tried to colour in her hands, but still.  460 more words


This is Rio, my kid’s school mascot. Rio is a blue raven and is teaching the school kids about their rights as children.
I promised Rio he could make an appearance on Doodlemum as he has told me how well travelled he is!


Prison Visitors’ Centres and furthering the rights of children affected by imprisonment

By Emma Grindulis, Policy and Communications Officer, Together (Scottish Alliance for Children’s Rights)

“I like sitting back and watching my daughter bond with her dad. 928 more words

Children's Rights

In 2013 a playwork project, the Playworkers Travelling Journal, was launched collecting stories of playworkers from all different parts of the sector.In 2014  I was asked to put this short minibook together as a reflection on my journey, and on… 350 more words