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Jul
31

Community disclosure is now running in your area. This will provide a formal route for the public to directly raise child protection concerns and be confident that action will follow.   Read More ...

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Author : NSPCC

Jul
31

The benefits of being around and caring for animals across care settings.   Read More ...

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Jul
30

A new report on the life chances of care experienced people in Scotland has been published.   Read More ...

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Jul
27

Leaflet on what is known about children aged less than six years who have been emotionally neglected or emotionally abused.   Read More ...

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Author : NSPCC

Jul
27

Leaflet summary of the scientific literature that describes what teenagers aged 13-18 who are experiencing neglect or emotional abuse say about themselves.   Read More ...

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Author : NSPCC

Jul
27

Leaflet on what is known about children aged 5-14 years who have been neglected or emotionally abused.   Read More ...

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Author : NSPCC

Jul
26

The Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration (SCRA) has today (26 July 2018) published its latest statistics on young people referred to the Children’s Reporter.   Read More ...

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Jul
25

Zero Tolerance, Scotland’s charity working to end men’s violence against women, are looking for experienced trainers and youth work staff to join their network of Under Pressure trainers.   Read More ...

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Jul
24

A briefing detailing the legislation exempting youg care leavers from paying council tax in Scotland.   Read More ...

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Author : Kenny McGhee

Jul
23

Children 1st, Scotland’s National Children’s Charity, are recruiting Safeguarders to an important role in children’s hearings and related court proceedings.   Read More ...

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Jul
20

Jillian Ingram ponders how getting a train from A to B might just offer clues to how to meet children’s needs.   Read More ...


Jul
20

Jillian Ingram ponders how getting a train from A to B might just offer clues to how to meet children’s needs.   Read More ...


Jul
18

The National Confidential Forum has launched a campaign aimed at encouraging people to share their experiences of growing up in care.   Read More ...

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Jul
18

CELCIS is backing the 2018 Herald Society Awards by supporting the creation of a new category - Improving Children’s Lives Award - aimed to reward those initiatives, projects or services that have the needs of children, young people and their families at their centre.   Read More ...

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Jul
18

Response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on Protection of Vulnerable Groups and Disclosure of Criminal Information.   Read More ...

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Author : Lizzie Morton

Jul
12

care leaver focus group   Read More ...

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Jul
12

The Education and Skills Committee have published a new report that examines how poverty impacts school-age children and young people in Scotland.   Read More ...

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Jul
11

The circumstances in which children and young people are born, grow up and learn contribute to inequalities in educational outcomes   Read More ...

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Jul
11

This report builds on the findings of the APPGC's first inquiry into the state of children’s social care in England and examines if where a child lives affect their chances of getting support.   Read More ...


Jul
09

CELCIS in partnership with SCRA (the Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration) research project looking at contact decisions in the Children’s Hearings System, a unique system to Scotland.   Read More ...

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Author : CELCIS, SCRA

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