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  • Updated Childline posters for primary and secondary schools

    Date: 22nd October 2021
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare
    Author: NSPCC

    NSPCC Learning has updated its series of Childline posters encouraging primary and secondary school children to contact Childline if they need to talk.

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  • Listen to the Play Well Podcast

    Date: 1st October 2021
    Category:
    Author: Play Scotland

    Each month Play Scotland will be exploring play through different themes by talking to play experts, play champions, and practitioners who are passionate about play. Listen in and learn about the importance of play for child development, play as a human right, and the different ways play can be used to tackle social issues.

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  • Recognising and realising children’s rights: A professional learning resource to promote self-evaluation and improvement planning

    Date: 1st October 2021
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    Author: Education Scotland

    This resource from Education Scotland aims to: raise awareness and develop your knowledge and understanding of the United Nation Convention of the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), help you to reflect on how you are taking forward children’s rights within school settings and help support improvement planning.

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  • Updated Guide to the Scottish Justice System for children in conflict with the law

    Date: 17th September 2021
    Category: Children in conflict with the law
    Author: Children and Young People's Centre for Justice

    Together with Iriss, CYCJ has relaunched their interactive resource, ‘The child’s journey: A guide to the Scottish justice system’ which is aimed at helping children, young people, families and also practitioners to better understand the Scottish justice system when a child is in conflict with the law.

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  • New anti-racism guide for early years

    Date: 17th September 2021
    Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Education, including vocational education
    Author:

    This new Anti-racism and inclusion guidance specifically for early years settings has been launched with the aim of supporting practitioners to nurture open and inclusive attitudes in young children.

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  • Animation on the use of bail and remand with children across Scotland

    Date: 3rd September 2021
    Category: Children in conflict with the law, Children of prisoners
    Author: Children and Young People's Centre for Justice

    Co-produced with young people and developed by graphic artist Sarah Ahmad, this animation hopes to further children and young people’s understanding of what bail and remand are, who can help and what issues within the system are that need to be reformed.

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  • Support materials for teachers to embed anti-racism and race equality into schools

    Date: 3rd September 2021
    Category: Non-discrimination, Education, including vocational education
    Author: Education Scotland

    These resources will explain what is meant by race equality and anti-racist education, why it is important and how might it be embedded in education settings.

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  • Six animations for children and young people on their rights to receive additional support for learning

    Date: 3rd September 2021
    Category: Additional support for learning, Children with disabilities
    Author: The Scottish Child Law Centre

    Created to help children and young people with additional support needs to learn about their rights and how to use them, these animations cover a range of topics including: exclusion; coordinated support plans; and responsibilities held by public bodies to identify, provide for and review additional support needs.

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  • Watch a webinar looking at the impact and recovery of COVID-19 on under-fives

    Date: 3rd September 2021
    Category: COVID-19
    Author: Parenting across Scotland

    Parenting across Scotland held a webinar to explore the issues, research and experience of those supporting under-fives and their families during the pandemic.

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  • Remove unwanted images shared online

    Date: 23rd August 2021
    Category: Equal protection from violence
    Author: ChildLine

    The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) and Childline have created a new tool for under-18s who want to report, and to have removed, pictures or videos of themselves.

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  • Podcast: Why domestic abuse is a child protection issue

    Date: 23rd August 2021
    Category: Equal protection from violence
    Author: NSPCC

    This episode discusses the complexities of domestic abuse and why it is a safeguarding and child protection issue.

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  • Supporting good practice with care experienced children and young people in custody

    Date: 23rd August 2021
    Category: Family Environment and Alternative Care
    Author: Children and Young People's Centre for Justice

    The Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ), in collaboration with the Scottish Child Law Centre, has produced a new resource to support Scottish solicitors and practitioners with Good Practice Principles when representing care experienced children in police custody, to ensure their rights are upheld.

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  • Mind Yer Time Screensavers

    Date: 23rd August 2021
    Category: Mental health
    Author: Children's Parliament

    Mind Yer Time is a digital resource which helps children and young people use screens and social media in a healthy way. Children’s Parliament have developed Screensavers as part of this digital resource. These Screensavers share positive tips, stories and information for children and young people, to help use screen time positively.

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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
    Author:

    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
    Author:

    ‘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
    Author:

    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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