15 November 2017
With the Institute for Fiscal Studies projecting a rise in child poverty, the children’s commissioners for Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland came together to issue a joint warning to Philip Hammond on welfare policy
10 December 2015
Young politicians from across Europe met in Edinburgh to discuss youth participation and engagement
4 December 2015
Humanist Society Scotland argues against Church of Scotland involvement in education committees
24 November 2015
Parenting Across Scotland warns against cuts to tax credits ahead of Chancellor's Autumn Statement
19 November 2015
‘No answers’ on SNP flagship childcare policy leaves campaigners ‘frustrated and angry’
11 November 2015
Holyrood asks four children's experts for their thoughts on issues affecting Scotland's children...
21 October 2015
Two hundred people were killed in reported road accidents in Scotland in 2014, according to...
3 September 2015
Named person plans do not infringe on rights of parents, court rules
28 August 2015
Councils should make parents aware of their rights, writes Iain Nisbet of the...
27 July 2015
Scottish Government appoint manager to lead maternity and neonatal review
27 July 2015
Best opportunities 'hoarded' by socially advantaged parents, according to report for Social...
16 July 2015
IFS report reveals trend of “robust employment and weak earnings” has not lifted children out...
2 July 2015
UK Government to replace system of measuring child poverty with broader approach