This website aims to be as accessible to as many users as possible.

To that end, key pages from our website have been translated into several different languages. Click on the options below to read the translated pages, or to access key resources in Braille.

Accessibility options

Other languages

Read key information about children and young people's rights translated into languages other than English, including Gaelic and BSL.

Accessibility statement

Read the website's formal accessibility statement.


We're able to send out Braille copies of our 7 Golden Rules for Participation and simplified UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Contact our office to order copies of either.

Adapt the site

You can use the adapt this site menu at the bottom of the website to:

  • make text bigger
  • make the site easier to read if you have dyslexia
  • switch to a plainer version of the site.

Happy to Translate

The logo of Happy to Translate.

The Children and Young People's Commissioner is a member of Happy to Translate, which means we're both able and willing to speak to you in languages other than English.

Find out more about Happy to Translate.

Share your thoughts

If you have any comments or suggestions about the website or have any difficulties using it, you can get in touch and let us know.