This session aims to raise the awareness of the rights of children and young people. It will be an interactive session, using case studies with an emphasis on participation by those attending. All participants will receive detailed handouts to take away.
It has been widely recognised that children and young people have a relatively low awareness of their rights. They also have a comparatively high rate of success in terms of vindicating their rights. This course is part of Clan Childlaw’s national promotion and awareness-raising around the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), especially relevant at the moment given the new reporting duties introduced by the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 in relation to UNCRC.
Who should attend?
We wish to encourage professionals from the third sector who are working with looked-after children and their families or professionals working in children’s residential units.
About the Clan Childlaw
Clan Childlaw aims to improve the life chances for children and young people in Scotland by making sure that every young person has access to the legal advice they need, and by securing the recognition and enforcement of their rights. We provide direct legal representation to children and young people in Edinburgh, the Lothians and Glasgow. We also deliver specialist practice-based learning opportunities and contribute to policy development.
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At Anderson Strathern, 1 Rutland Court, Edinburgh, 10am-1pm on:
- Friday 24th February
- Tuesday 21st March
- Thursday 30th March
This course is FREE of charge so please complete our booking form and email it to email@example.com or phone us on 0131 475 2567 to reserve your place