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Dear Ireland

Dear Ireland

I don’t have long this morning to make my point, so I will be brief (we all know I can bang on a bit, so I know you’ll be a bit relieved to read that.) 729 more words

Children: Our Most Passionate Children's Rights Campaigners

Attitudes towards children have undoubtedly moved on significantly in the last century. From objects of concern who were seen as the property of their parents, to subjects and beings in their own right, our children’s place in society continues to develop. 787 more words

Fighting For Human Rights

Children: Our Most Passionate Children's Rights Campaigners

Attitudes towards children have undoubtedly moved on significantly in the last century. From objects of concern who were seen as the property of their parents, to subjects and beings in their own right, our children’s place in society continues to develop. 787 more words

Religious observance in special schools

As you may have read elsewhere, the Humanist Society of Scotland are bringing a judicial review against the Scottish Government’s decision not to review the law in relation to religious observance in schools.  795 more words

School Education

Robbed of a Childhood: Child Soldiers in Somalia

By: Asha Collins

Think back to when you were little, maybe 9 years old – Where did you spend most of your time? What are your fondest memories? 854 more words

Child Soldiers

Get back to basics on UNCRC, urges Faculty of Advocates

The Faculty of Advocates has urged the Scottish Government to “get back to basics” on children’s rights in a robust response to the consultation on children’s service planning. 1,010 more words

Politics

Discussion Questions: Chapter Nineteen

Superpowering Our Kids

We have reached the end of The Bullying Antidote! This chapter wraps up everything we have learned with some big-picture ideas: The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, human rights, and how Sweden got to the top of the UNICEF child well-being list. 582 more words

Discussion Guide