'Your Right to be Heard' is a punchy, helpful youtube. It emphasises the importance of children and young people's rights and entitlements - not least their right to have a say and be heard. Worth sharing please. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FFJZFM5Cn8
Originally posted on Family Law on 4th November 2014. Dr Julia Brophy (with Kate Perry and Eleanor Harrison) has published the next stage in her research on children involved in the family courts, and their confidentiality. EXTRACT ‘A review of anonymised judgments on Bailii: Children, privacy and "jigsaw identification"’published by the Association of Lawyers for Children (ALC)... Continue Reading →
What do you think of our new look website? All posts can now be found using the Category Clouds, Tags or in the Main Menu or Archives. The 'Home' page is now static. Does it work for you? What else could we do to make it better?
What is it like to head out into the world after a life in care? Antonia Charlesworth interviews care leavers and assesses the government’s latest policies. EXTRACT "For some, turning 18 will mean starting university, for others a first car, for many their first legal drink. These things mark a transition into adulthood and... Continue Reading →
The RightsInfo’s new project, #YourHumanRights have produced an extensive range of beautiful infographics each representing a key right in the European Convention. Everyone is welcome to download and print these infographics for free by clicking the “download” link. Download: What Human Rights do for children Download: What Human Rights do for families More at source: The European Convention on Human Rights in 16 beautiful infographics