Electronic and hard copies of past annual reports are available on request. Please email: email@example.com for further information.
Mental Health Awareness: A workshop for young people. This booklet was produced by a group of young people who wanted to produce a training pack about mental ill-health that would be relevant to young people. It is designed as a peer education resource for 16 – 25 year olds but equally can be used by support workers. Email us for a copy.
Work in Progress
Work in Progress aims to provide young people and youth workers with inspiration and practical tools to develop and deliver peer-led projects. The contents reflect the work of Article 12 in Scotland’s PEST (peer education skills development) project. Email us for a copy.
This publication offers useful tools and techinques for those with an interest in empowering young ethnic minority women.
P.I.P.O. – Peer Education Approach in Cultural Diversity Projects
This guide offers useful tools and techniques for those with an interest in cultural diversity work with young people.
GOING INTERNATIONAL – OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL
This is a useful guide to involving young people with fewer opportunities in international events.
Response to the United Kingdom’s Fourth Report to the Council of Europe under the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities
This submission aims to demonstrate the lack of improvement [for Gypsies/Roma/Travellers] since the last submission to the Advisory Committee on the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities, Third Opinion on the United Kingdom adopted 30 June 2011, and argue that the significant and persistent inequalities affecting Gypsies/Roma/Traveller communities will not reduce until systems are in place that afford Gypsies/Roma/Travellers and their advocates legal right of remedy to the discrimination faced by their community at all levels of society.
Article 12 in Scotland’s alternative report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child. Young people’s views on the state of children and young people’s rights in Scotland – the report includes the views of young Gypsy/Travellers, looked after young people, young people with disabilities, young carers and young offenders.
Young people from across Scotland telling it like it is
Young people’s views on Discrimination, Participation, Asylum Seekers and Refugees, Health, Looked After Children and Young People and Education: Article 12 in Scotland’s shadow report to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child, a response to the UK Government’s last periodic report. Six representatives of Article 12 in Scotland presented this report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child (Geneva). The UK is next due to be heard in 2015. Watch this page for a copy of our forthcoming alternative report.
From the archives
Young Scottish Voices
Article 12 in Scotland’s contribution to the Euronet project (an international project working towards the inclusion of a children and young people’s charter in the new constitution for Europe ) (2003)
Alternative Report on the State of Children ’s Rights in Scotland (Response to the UK Government Report) to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child (2002)
Report on the attendance at and presentation to the United Nations Special Session on Children ( New York ) (2002)
Curfews and Crime:
What Young People Think: The views and opinions of young people from across Scotland. (1998)