News from CELCIS and the children's sector

Annual report on Corporate Parenting Plan from SCRA

Published: Tuesday 13 March 2018
The Scottish Children's Reporter Administration publishes it's first annual report for young people as an update on achievements…

Stand Up for Siblings

Published: Friday 9 March 2018
A new multi-agency partnership ‘Stand Up For Siblings’ has been launched, championing the improvement of contact between sibling…

Equality for care experienced people

Published: Thursday 1 March 2018
Who Cares? Scotland has launched its #LifetimeOfEquality campaign, asking people across the UK to help protect care experienced …

Homelessness charity looking for volunteers

Published: Wednesday 21 February 2018
Mentors needed to help vulnerable young people in Glasgow.

Our Lives Our Care

Published: Tuesday 20 February 2018
A new report from the charity Coram Voice and the University of Bristol has revealed that 83 per cent of looked after children a…

New report focuses on children and young people’s policy powers

Published: Friday 9 February 2018
Children in Scotland look at the influence of children and young people in six policy areas.

Safer Internet Day

Published: Tuesday 6 February 2018
Global campaign promotes positive use of digital technology for children and young people.

Progress on International Children’s Rights recognised in report

Published: Friday 2 February 2018
The International Children’s Rights Symposium report has been published which sheds light on topics and themes discussed through…

Child poverty in the UK

Published: Friday 26 January 2018
The End Child Poverty coalition has issued a new report identifying child poverty rates within UK constituencies.

Relaunch of UK Implementation Society

Published: Wednesday 24 January 2018
The UK Implementation Society, formerly known as Network, has relaunched as a registered charity.

State of Child Health: One Year On

Published: Wednesday 24 January 2018
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) has issued their “State of Child Health: One Year On” scorecard, prais…

Getting Care Right for All Children

Published: Friday 19 January 2018
CELCIS has joined with FutureLearn, the digital education platform, for the second run of its massive online open course (MOOC) …

Partnership Award in Focus: Re-framing Programme for Care Experienced Children

Published: Friday 19 January 2018
CELCIS has partnered with the Robertson Trust and Life Changes Trust on a new initiative aimed at improving public understanding…

Young people’s views wanted on the Children’s Hearings System

Published: Friday 12 January 2018
Online survey and workshops will collect views on advocacy

Young inspection volunteers required

Published: Monday 8 January 2018
The Care Inspectorate is looking for young people with personal experiences of care to get involved as young inspection voluntee…

A Life in Likes

Published: Monday 8 January 2018
Research from the Children's Commissioner for England on the impact of social media on primary aged children.

New edition of Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care available

Published: Thursday 21 December 2017
New Journal edition focuses on the history of child care in the UK and abroad.

Amanda wins the CELCIS Christmas Card competition

Published: Tuesday 19 December 2017
We announce the winner of our Annual competition

Survey supports needs of girls and young women on the ‘edges of secure care’

Published: Thursday 14 December 2017
The Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ) is asking the views of practitioners, managers and policymakers views on how to k…

Report shines light on steps taken to further children’s rights

Published: Thursday 14 December 2017
A new report launched by Together, an alliance of Scottish of children’s charities, shines a light on the steps taken by public …

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