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  • Guidance for local authorities on supporting sibling contact

    Date: 30th July 2021
    Category: Family Environment and Alternative Care
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    Local authorities are now under a duty to support sibling contact. This national practice guidance is a resource that provides practical advice, based on research and evidence to aid the implementation of the rights siblings have.

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  • British Institute of Human Rights’ Communities of Practice

    Date: 8th July 2021
    Category: General measures of implementation
    Author: British Institute of Human Rights

    BIHR has launched its Communities of Practice platform which acts like a social media networking site where you can have your say on key human rights issues that affect your life and work.

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  • Changing the race equality paradigm

    Date: 8th July 2021
    Category: Non-discrimination
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    Helping organisations to have a better understanding of race and racism in public, social and organisational policies, this resource aims to support organisations to respond better to the challenges of tackling inequality.

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  • Scotland’s youth justice practice guidance for 2021

    Date: 8th July 2021
    Category: Children of prisoners
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    ‘A Guide to Youth Justice: policy, practice and legislation’ is aimed at practitioners and managers who work with children and young people who offend or who are at risk of offending. It is also useful for academics, educators and anyone else with an interest in youth and criminal justice.

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  • The rhyming guide to joining the army with accompanying lesson plan

    Date: 8th July 2021
    Category: Armed conflict
    Author: Child Rights International Network (CRIN)

    Encouraging young people to think critically about armed forces recruitment and human rights, CRIN has commissioned spoken word artist Potent Whisper, animator Neda Ahmadi, and sound designers Torch & Compass to create an animated poem.

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  • Talking about costs and money at school

    Date: 8th July 2021
    Category: Child poverty
    Author: Child Poverty Action Group

    Talking about school costs and money can be challenging but doing it well helps make sure families get the financial support they need and helps children and young people realise their right to education. The Cost of the School Day project at Child Poverty Action Group in Scotland has just launched a new resource and animation designed to support school-to-home conversations about costs and money.

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  • Podcast: Empowering Children: Informed decision-makers whose voice must be heard

    Date: 8th July 2021
    Category: Respect for the views of the child
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    Listen to Jana Hainsworth, Secretary-General of Eurochild, and MEPs Eva Kopacz and Roberta Metsola discuss how the situation of children’s rights has evolved in the last few decades. Hear about the value of child participation, early childhood development and more!

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  • COVID-19 resource bank to support people with learning disabilities

    Date: 18th June 2021
    Category: Children with disabilities
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    Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Scottish Commission for People with Learning Disabilities (SCLD) has been working to produce a resource bank for people with learning disabilities and those who support them.

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  • New children’s rights guide about the Global Compact on Refugees and Migration

    Date: 18th June 2021
    Category: Refugee and asylum seeking children
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    The Global Compact on Refugees and Migration represents a political will and ambition of the international community for more equitable responsibility-sharing of refugees so host communities can get the support they need to help refugees settle into their new communities. This guide looks at what children’s rights protections are set out in the Compact.

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  • Overcoming barriers to graduation for Care Experienced young people

    Date: 18th June 2021
    Category: Family Environment and Alternative Care
    Author: Who Cares? Scotland

    Following consultation with Care Experienced people who have graduated from college and university, Who Cares? Scotland found out their experiences of graduation, barriers they faced, and what they think would be helpful in overcoming these. This guide has been created for Corporate Parents to aid them to overcome these barriers.

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  • Child-friendly information on the EU Settlement Scheme

    Date: 18th June 2021
    Category: Civil Rights and Freedoms
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    Now that the UK has left the European Union, children and adults from other European countries who live in the UK may need to apply for permission to stay.

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  • New resources help reframe care and care experience

    Date: 18th June 2021
    Category: Family Environment and Alternative Care
    Author: Centre for Excellence for Looked after Children

    Transform the current public narrative and perceptions around care and care experience by identifying and tackling challenging assumptions and attitudes using this resource guide.

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  • Nine steps to reach families remotely

    Date: 28th May 2021
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare, COVID-19
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    Many organisations are unable to rely on their normal means of reaching the communities they serve because of COVID-19 and digital exclusion adds additional barrier to finding a solution. The Reaching Families Remotely project has shared nine steps organisations can take to aid day-to-day delivery of services and to shape new service designs to ensure effective and meaningful engagement with families.

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  • COVID-19 resources to support people with learning disabilities

    Date: 28th May 2021
    Category: COVID-19
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    This COVID-19 resource bank includes Easy Read information, activities and more, that can be used by children and young people with learning difficulties, their families and their supporters.

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  • Webinar: Who defines childhood innocence? Anti-racist practice, white fragility and effective allyship in early childhood

    Date: 28th May 2021
    Category: Civil Rights and Freedoms, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities
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    This webinar engaged in critical discussions about racism and whiteness. Good practice in recognising and developing effective allyship were identified that early years practitioners, researchers, parents, carers, policy makers and community activists can adopt to create tangible change.

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  • Implementation guide on supporting child human rights defenders

    Date: 28th May 2021
    Category: Civil Rights and Freedoms
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    Now available in Spanish, French and English, use this guide to learn more about what you can do to strengthen the protection and empowerment of child human rights defenders.

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  • Youth led anti-racist and pro black training for organisations

    Date: 13th May 2021
    Category: Civil Rights and Freedoms
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    Training delivered by young, diverse people can help organisations challenge racism and discrimination within their own organisation. Based on the learning developed, organisations can safely and effectively engage with young BIPOC Scots, overcome barriers to participation and encourage young people to stand up for their rights.

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  • Guide to facilitate racial inequality discussions with young people

    Date: 13th May 2021
    Category: Civil Rights and Freedoms
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    Designed to aid youth workers across the UK, this guide will help you to confidently facilitate conversations around race and inequality with young people.

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  • Examples of innovative frontline practice to support Care Experienced children and young people

    Date: 13th May 2021
    Category: Family Environment and Alternative Care
    Author: Centre for Excellence for Looked after Children

    Covid-19 has brought about new ways of working and innovative ideas. CELCIS has put together a range of examples of how people are meeting the challenge of responding to the effects of this public health emergency when supporting care experienced children and young people.

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  • Guidelines for online discussions with children

    Date: 13th May 2021
    Category: Protection of privacy
    Author: Child Rights Connect

    These guidelines offer practical insights into the application of General Comment No. 25, especially in the context of online discussions with children.

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