Togetherís State of Children's Rights Survey

Category: General measures of implementation

30th September 2013

Contribute to Together's State of Children's Rights report 2013 by completing a survey on the extent to which children and young people are able to enjoy their rights as outlined in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

The survey responses will inform Together's State of Children's Rights report 2013, which will be used to inform the Scottish and UK Government on the state of children's rights in Scotland. It will also be scrutinising the Scottish Government's submission to the 5th UK Government Report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.

  • Find out more about this submission here.

Responses to the survey will also help Together to prioritise its work over the next 12 months.

We would encourage local and national organisations working with or for children from all over Scotland to take part in this survey and we would be particularly interested to hear from you. The deadline for responses is Wednesday 16th October 2013.

Please use this opportunity to highlight areas of progress and the obstacles you encounter in working to improve children's rights in Scotland.

You are not expected to answer every question - only those which your organisation has particular experience or expertise in.

Depending on the level of information you provide, it should take between 30 minutes - 1 hour to complete. If you want to, you can begin your survey, take a break and then re-access it at a later stage - SurveyMonkey will remember the information you have added up to the end of the page where you last clicked on the {Next} or {Done} button.

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