Suzanne McShane, a Glasgow City Council policy officer, talks about her work in driving the city’s child rights agenda together with Unicef UK.
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Andy Lloyd, from Leeds City Council, talks about how children’s rights and the partnership with Unicef UK are central to Leeds’ ambition to become a child friendly city.
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child turns 26 today and we've been talking about the importance of putting child rights at the heart of UK public services.
Young people from Newcastle explain why children and young people have a right to be heard.
Louise Cameron explains how Newcastle City Council is getting better at listening to children.
Today marks the 26th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Find out why the Child Rights Convention is so unique.
An early years professional in Glasgow talks about her involvement with our Child Rights Partners programme and how a focus on children’s rights can help to ensure children have the best possible start in life.
Glasgow Councillor Stephen Curran writes about the city’s unequivocal political commitment to children’s rights and why all local councillors should know and understand children’s rights.
In this video, 21-year-old Sam from Leeds talks about his experience of independence after leaving care and why he thinks children's rights matter.
Children and Young People’s Officer at Derry & Strabane Council talks about how putting child rights at the heart of the council’s new community plan can bring about long-lasting change.