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  • HOPE for Autism

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    Local Authority: North Lanarkshire Council

    HOPE for Autism has been an established Charity in North Lanarkshire for almost 20  years. HOPE support autistic children and young adults and their families. In addition to promoting diversity and inclusion for autistic people, they provide person centred advice, guidance, and support services. They operate social groups for children and young adults and provide a training and information service. HOPE's aim is to empower autistic people through respecting, protecting and supporting them to fulfil their human rights and to enable them to shape their own lives.

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  • Human Rights Consortium Scotland

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    The Human Rights Consortium Scotland is the civil society network to protect and promote human rights in Scotland.

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  • Humanist Society Scotland

    Category: Education, Civil Rights

    Humanist Society Scotland are Scotland's national humanist charity. In addition to providing meaningful humanist ceremonies we campaign on human rights issues. We are specifically interested in the freedom of religion and belief and how that is protected for children and young people.

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  • Imaginate

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    Imaginate is the national organisation in Scotland, which promotes, develops and celebrates theatre and dance for children and young people. We want more children in Scotland to experience work that is deeply engaging, innovative and inspiring. We believe that all children deserve the opportunity to develop their creativity, emotional intelligence and reach their true potential.

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  • Includem

    Category: Family Environment

    When Includem was established in June 2000, there was a clear need for intensive support services to work with Scotland's most vulnerable young people.

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  • Inspiring Scotland

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    Inspiring Scotland strives for a Scotland without poverty or disadvantage. We work with people, their communities, charities and public bodies to develop solutions to some of the deepest social problems. We help essential charities to become extraordinary charities, allowing them to change the lives of the most vulnerable and transform our society. Through our thematic funds, we bring together the right people and organisations to design rigorous and innovative solutions. We work in the communities that need it most and build strong partnerships with government and business to maximise our impact.

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  • Inspiring Young Voices

    Category: Family Environment, Health and Welfare

    Highland Children's Forum is a registered charity incorporated in 2000, created by the parent carers of children with additional support needs. The Forum aims to ensure that the voices of these children are heard in the design and provision of services in the area.

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  • Jane Moore Trust

    Category: Family Environment, Health and Welfare, Special Protection

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  • Just Right Scotland

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    JustRight Scotland is a charity founded by human rights lawyers. We use the law to defend and extend people’s rights by providing direct legal advice to people who would otherwise struggle to access justice.

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  • LGBT Youth Scotland

    Category: Family Environment, Child Rights, Education

    The organisation's mission is to empower lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people and the wider LGBT comunity so that they are embraced as full members of the Scottish family at home, school and in every community.

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  • Licketyspit

    Category: Education

    Licketyspit is a specialist early years theatre company based in Scotland.

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  • Magic Breakfast

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    We ensure that no child in our partner schools is too hungry to learn by providing healthy breakfast food and expert support to help identify and reach those pupils at risk of hunger. A hungry child cannot concentrate so could miss out on half a day of lessons every school day if not given anything nutritious to eat first thing. We work with over 1,000 Primary, Secondary and ASL/Special Educational Needs schools, plus Pupil Referral Units, offering breakfasts to around 170,000 children each school day. Our partner schools are in most counties in England, and in Scotland we work with 38 schools.

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  • Man On! Inverclyde

    Category: Health and Welfare

    Man On! Inverclyde is a suicide prevention and mental health charity for the young people and adults of Inverclyde. We champion a trauma informed approach to put the rights of our members first.

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  • Nourish

    Category: Health and Welfare

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  • NSPCC

    Category: Family Environment

    The NSPCC's vision is to end cruelty to children in the UK. The organisation campaigns to change the law and runs a wide range of services for both children and adults, including national helplines and local projects.

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  • One Parent Families Scotland

    Category: Family Environment, Child Rights, Health and Welfare

    Informing, supporting and inspiring single parent families

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  • Parenting across Scotland

    Category: Special Protection, Education, Family Environment

    Parenting across Scotland is a partnership of charities which offers support to children and families in Scotland. We work together to focus on parenting issues and to help realise our vision: A Scotland where all parents and families are valued and supported to give children the best possible start in life.

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  • Partners in Advocacy

    Category: Child Rights

    Partners in Advocacy provides independent advocacy to children, young people, unpaid carers, older people and people with a learning or physical disability. We also provide advocacy to adults with autism. Please see our website for local provision details.

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  • People Know How

    Category: Health and Welfare

    People Know How is a Scottish social innovation charity with a passion for solving social issues. Based in Edinburgh and East Lothian, we work with people and communities to develop innovative strategies and services to address social issues both locally and nationally. Our aim is to support and empower both individuals and organisations to mobilise their assets and realise their true potential.

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  • Pilton Youth and Children's Project

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    PYCP is a community based organisation in North West Edinburgh, formed in 1997. We provide a range of activities including youth and children’s clubs, 1:1 support, family support, group work programmes, school holiday programmes and residential experiences.

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