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Rights of Children and Young People with Learning Disabilities
Article 23 of the UNCRC says that children with learning disabilities have rights to “…a full and decent life, in conditions which ensure dignity, promote self-resilience and facilitate the child’s active participation in the community”. Hundreds of children and young people with learning disabilities and complex additional needs, and their families, across Scotland need help and support to make their rights real.
- It’s time to support the under-threes and their families
- This Christmas families in Scotland need your help
- A special blog for Challenge Poverty Week
- Strong relationships will see us through
- Disabled Children and Young People (Transitions) (Scotland) Bill
- "I know there are lots of single parents out there but it’s as if we are invisible “
- Addressing poverty in Scotland is everyone’s concern
- Could your family stay together if someone went to prison?
- Recognising the role of community in supporting families experiencing food insecurity