CRAE’s See it, Say it, Change it project gives children and young people a chance to tell their side of the story to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.
‘Children with disabilities: targeted violence and hostility’ is a project of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights looking at hostility, including violence, towards children with disabilities across the EU.
In a report published in March 2015, the JCHR welcomes the progress made by the Government in recognising children’s rights but says that more still needs to be done.
This discussion guide is to help with the use of campaign materials to facilitate discussion with teenagers on the issues surrounding abuse within their relationships.
In March 2015, the EHRC published research into the scale and impact of prejudice-based bullying in Scottish secondary schools.
A February 2015 blog on the CRAE website says ‘warnings about the use of Tasers on children must not be ignored’.
‘Future in mind: Promoting, protecting and improving our children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing’ was published in March 2015.
This e-learning course was created to help healthcare and other staff understand the needs of gender nonconforming young people.
Launched by the Equality and Human Rights Commission in 2014, this is a hub for young people where you will find loads of info about your rights under the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC for short).
In December 2014 the Children’s Rights Alliance for England (CRAE) published State of Children’s Rights in England 2014.