My Rights, My Say - Children in Scotland

Delivered by Children in Scotland
Note: this service is only for children
  • Human rights advice

We can help by:

  1. providing advocacy to help children speak up about what's important to them at school
  2. offering independent support to practitioners to gather children's views
  3. offering teaching resources and guides to help children access their rights

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