August 2020. Evidence to the House of Lords Committee on Covid-19.
January 2017. Previous Commissioner Tam Baillie’s written evidence around historic abuse in football.
September 2020. Parliamentary Evidence to the Covid-19 Committee around proposed extension to emergency powers granted under the Coronavirus (Scotland) Acts.
May 2015. Submitted to the Public Petitions Committee, this report consists of:
- a child rights impact assessment on the registration process for youth football in Scotland from a rights perspective, and
- a research report exploring the views of young players.
Our evidence to the Scottish Parliament’s Education and Skills Committee around the impact measures taken around education are having on children’s human rights.
Former Commissioner Tam Baillie’s evidence focuses on issues around child trafficking and exploitation.
Former Commissioner Tam Baillie provides written evidence to the Joint Committee on Human Rights Inquiry into the UK’s compliance with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Former Commissioner Tam Baillie responds to petition on national guidance on restraint and seclusion in schools.
Former Commissioner Tam Baillie outlines concerns around the UK Government’s proposal for a British Bill of Rights and repeal of the Human Rights Act in this response to the European and External Relations Committee.
Former Commissioner Tam Baillie responds to European and External Relations Committee’s request for evidence around Scotland’s relationship with the EU following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.