March 2022. A report into human rights breaches due to unsuitable housing for asylum-seeking mothers and their babies in Glasgow.
July 2021. The Commissioner’s office supported A Place in Childhood (APiC) to work with 25 Young Consultants, exploring their views and experiences of the second lockdown.
This report collects APiC’s findings and highlights the Young Consultants’ 34 Asks to the Scottish Government for meaningful change around Covid.
July 2020. This submission to the European Committee of Social Rights aims to inform their review of the UK under thematic group 2: health, social security, and social protection.
June 2021. Report of our latest investigation, which found children in secure accommodation may have been deprived of their liberty without due process of law.
Report on the visit to Scotland by Vice-Chairperson of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, Amal Aldoseri.
Recommendations of the UK’s Children’s Commissioners on what should change for the UK to keep its human rights promises to children and young people.
The joint report of the UK’s four Children’s Commissioners on the UK’s fifth periodic report to the Committee on the Rights of the Child.
We worked with an Action Group of young human rights defenders to create a list of eight recommendations for adults in power in Scotland, which set out how child human rights defenders can be better supported.
Executive summary of our first formal investigation.
The report of our office’s first investigation, which focused on local authority guidance around restraint and seclusion.