Safer Internet Day on 7 February 2017 provided a great opportunity for UK schools to explore rights online and raise awareness of internet safety issues.
The latest news about the Rights Respecting Schools Award from the team at Unicef UK and stories from schools working to put Rights Respecting values at the heart of their practices.
Over 250 special schools in the UK are on their rights respecting journey, reaching more than 26,500 children and young people.
A group of young people from the Rights Respecting Sandfield Park School, are breaking down the barriers that disabled young people face.
For 2017 and beyond we'll look at how we can help schools increase progress on their RRSA journey and consider a blended learning approach to our training.
Every effort should be made to see that children’s rights aren’t weakened after Brexit, writes Katy Brown, Projects Officer for Child Rights Launchpad.
Rights Respecting Schools Programme Director Frances Beastly recently visited Iceland to train teachers in implementing children’s rights in school.
A rights respecting school in London has used the Unicef refugee crisis teaching resource to apply children's rights outside of the classroom.
Today, BT and Unicef UK celebrated our 300th workshop on internet safety with a special event at the BT Tower.
Unicef's Katy Brown met with school children in Scotland who are using Child Rights Launchpad, a free interactive website for children to learn about their rights under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Children and young people learn about their rights with Unicef UK at the annual London Southbank WHY? festival, celebrating children's rights.