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Published, 2 February 2018

Progress on International Children's Rights recognised in report

As a result of our International Children's Rights Symposium, which took place at the University of Strathclyde in June 2017, we have produced a report which shines a light on the main themes discussed throughout the day.

The event was part of our partnership with the Institute of Inspiring Children's Futures.

The report and supporting films capture the conversations from the event, as well as sharpening our focus on children's rights for the future.

We were pleased that the symposium brought together so many individuals and organisations who are committed to shaping and promoting children's rights from across the world.

But the conversations don't stop there; we continue to be committed, alongside our partners, to the implementation of the UN Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children, which sets the international standards relevant to children's care.

The symposium report is one of a number of tools we have developed to support organisations and individuals globally in delivering the UN Guidelines.

In February of this year, we join forces once again with FutureLearn, the digital education platform, for the second run of our massive online open course (MOOC) delving into the details of the UN Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children. The course is free and starts on 19 February.

Related resources

CELCIS is committed to the implementation of the UN Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children, which sets the international standards relevant to children’s care. We have developed a number of tools and resources to support organisations and individuals globally in delivering the Guidelines.

Moving Forward: Implementing the ‘Guidelines for the alternative care of children’, implementation handbook and online resource for practitioners, organisations and governments across the globe who are seeking to provide the best possible rights-based care for all children.

Tracking Progress: Measuring the implementation of the UN Guidelines, a free online tool to determine the extent to which a region has implemented the UN Guidelines and to support the setting of prioritise for next steps to advance the quality of children's care.

Getting Care Right for All Children, free massive online open course (MOOC) which delves into what the UN Guidelines look like in practice.

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