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Nov
29

First milestone in the implementation of the Age of Criminal Responsibility Act as new regulations come into force   Read More ...

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Nov
27

Publication of the first in a series of reports highlighting the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people with care experience.   Read More ...

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Nov
27

MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee are calling for better mental health support for young people ordered into either secure care or a young offenders’ institution.   Read More ...

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Nov
21

A series of online courses on child care, offered by CELCIS and the University of Strathclyde, have amassed a total of 100,000 people enrolling.   Read More ...

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Nov
20

Scotland will incorporate the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) into law to the maximum extent possible within the powers of the Scottish Parliament.   Read More ...

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Nov
19

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Nov
19

Stephen Small explains how the voluntary adoption and fostering agency has worked with West Lothian Council to deliver a concurrent planning model to achieve early permanence for children   Read More ...

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Author : Stephen Small

Nov
19

SOS Children's Villages have published a child and youth friendly version of the Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children, which explains the key points of the guidance in a clear and accessible way.   Read More ...

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Nov
19

SOS Children's Villages have published 'You Have the Right to Care and Protection! The Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children in Child and Youth Friendly Language'. This guide uses accessible and clear language and illustrations to explain the rights children have if they cannot live with their parents or might be seperated from them. It is based on a document called the 'Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children' that describes what support you should receive in these situations.   Read More ...


Nov
18

Information from a recent Scottish delegation of care experienced adults who travelled to Jersey to work alongside their counterparts.   Read More ...

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Nov
15

Here we highlight the rights of unaccompanied children to special protection, and the important place of Guardians in upholding these rights.   Read More ...

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Author : Lizzie Morton

Nov
15

The CELCIS response to the Committee call for evidence on the Children (Scotland) Bill.   Read More ...

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Author : Lizzie Morton

Nov
15

Senator Sam Mezec of Jersey talks about what he learned from the young people of Scotland and Jersey who are care experienced.   Read More ...


Nov
14

Report on research CELCIS carried out as part of Scotland’s second national Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) action plan. Scotland’s Child Protection Committees were surveyed to understand the multi-agency approach to delivering against the National Action Plan’s four intermediate outcomes in their local areas.   Read More ...

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Author : Alex McTier

Nov
12

This report and recommendations have been developed to improve the housing journey of care leavers in Scotland, and prevent homelessness for people with experience of care.   Read More ...

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Nov
12

New guidance published today (12 November 2019) provides recommendations to improve support for care leavers at risk of becoming homeless.   Read More ...

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Nov
07

The Children’s Commissioners of the UK’s four nations have published their UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) mid-term review   Read More ...

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Nov
07

This issue includes a mix of peer-reviewed articles, commentaries and the Kilbrandon Lecture.   Read More ...

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Author : Graham Connelly

Nov
05

Christmas card competition open to all looked after children   Read More ...

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Nov
01

This report by the Nuffield Family Justice Observatory (NFJO) explores the nature, availability and use of child level administrative data at the local and regional level, by children’s social care departments in England and Wales.   Read More ...


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John Ryan (3)
Joanne McMeeking (3)
Louise Hill (3)
Jillian Ingram (3)
Claire Burns (3)
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Stephen Small (2)
Carol Wassell (2)
Alexander McTier (2)
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Janine Fraser (2)
Gordon Main (2)
Joe Rankin (2)
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