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Five cartoon children hold up a banner with the name of the book written in gaelic.

Coimhead air ar Còraichean (Let’s Explore Our Rights)

The book, beautifully illustrated by Corinna Campbell and available in both Gaelic and English, takes young children on a journey to discover rights such as having a safe home, the right to be healthy, to learn, and to play. An audio and video version of the book has been recorded by Mirabelle, a 10-year-old pupil from Bun-sgoil Taobh na Pàirce P6. She mentioned that it was fun to read the book and appreciated that it is available in both Gaelic and English. Commissioner Nicola Killean emphasized that “Let’s Explore Our Rights” explains to very young children the importance of rights in a way they can understand.

Text with lock in a cell

Arabic Translation – Know your rights when entering custody

October 2021. If you are under 18 in custody, you still have human rights. No matter what you have done or who you are, you have the right to be

Text with lock in a cell

Polish Translation – Know your rights when entering custody

October 2021. If you are under 18 in custody, you still have human rights. No matter what you have done or who you are, you have the right to be

Poyum fur rights.

Poyum fur rights

March 2021. To celebrate children’s rights being written into Scots law we asked Lenniesaurus to write us this special richts poyum, which you can use with our writing rights poems resource as part of a session or workshop.

Our Gaelic UNCRC Pocketbook sitting on a yellow fabric background.

Gaelic UNCRC Pocketbook

February 2019

A pocketbook in Scots Gaelic containing the full text of the UNCRC.

A cover for translated materials.

BSL Simple UNCRC

April 2015

A simplified BSL version of the first 42 articles of the UNCRC.

A cover for translated materials.

Punjabi Simple UNCRC

March 2020

A simplified Punjabi version of the first 42 articles of the UNCRC.

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