UNICEF UK raises serious concerns over children’s human rights within the UK youth
‘Some people believe that by punishing you serve a developmental good, that it teaches students that they should behave better. But it just doesn’t seem to be true.’
By Neil Shaw
An article from The Conversation.
By Carol Robinson, Professor of Children’s Rights, Edge Hill University
Babies born today will, most likely, make their Instagram debuts from being just a few hours old. But what happens when they realise a traceable archive of their childhood exists on their parents’ social media?
By Elizabeth Hurst
Scottish ministers have promised to enshrine children’s rights into law – kids marched to Holyrood to remind them of their pledge.
By Gavin Haines