Our commitments to children: How are Scotland and the UK doing?

Later this month,  the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child turns 30 years old.

It’s a time to mark how we’re meeting our commitments to children and young people. As we approach the anniversary, our office – along with those of the children’s commissioners of Northern Ireland, Wales and England – have reflected on how the UK Government and our devolved governments have progressed towards giving every child the opportunities and protections enshrined in the UNCRC since the UK last reported to the UN in 2016.

In Scotland we are clear that:

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