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MAY 18, 2015 by Admin Team
Children/Young People

                                                    

Scotland's  Curriculum  for  Excellence:   promotes 4  'Capacities'

 Confident individuals; Effective contributors;  Responsible citizens; Successful learners.

The C&YP (Children/Young People) Bill was enshrined in Scots law, based on the following :

The United Nations Charter sets out:

1      Young People / Children's  Rights

-   to a clean environment at home, school or wherever they are.

-   to be protected from conflict, cruelty, exploitation and neglect.

-   to be loved and respected.

-   to have special care for special needs.

-   to be adequately fed.

-   to make mistakes.

-   to  relax, play and join in a wide range of activities.

-   to be educated.

-   to have freedom of thought and religion.

2     Young People / Children's  Responsibilities.

-   not to bully or harm each other.

-   to learn as much as they can and to help others to learn.

-   to show love and respect to others.

-   to be the best they can be.

-   to respect other peoples thoughts and religions.

-   not to waste food.

-   to learn from mistakes.

-   to do what they can to look after the environment.

-   to include everybody in their games and activities.

-   to take care of themselves.

1 COMMENT
 
by Terry Martin on Wed July 15, 2015 12:06AM  Reply
SNAP Scotland's National Action Plan for Human Rights. This is a road map for activating children's rights. By raising awareness and understanding of rights in health, social care, housing, justice, living standards and safety, we help to focus on the role of children as victims of social and political, as well as economic injustice and discrimination. A rights-based analysis of budget decisions in which we dis-aggregate for the impact on children would help to prevent outcomes like the negative impact of welfare cuts on child poverty. Humanists in Scotland must get behind the work of the Scottish Human Rights Commission in particular to tackle the problem of human rights for children.
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