Should parents share their children on social media?

Should parents share their children on social media?

Documenting our lives on social media has become the norm for many. We use platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and TikTok to interact and keep in touch with friends and family. I can scroll through my newsfeed on any one of various social media apps and see photos...
Alan Inglis

Alan Inglis

Everyone at the Scottish Child Law Centre is deeply saddened by the passing of Alan Inglis. A board member at the Centre since 2018, he strongly supported the Centre’s aims of ensuring better access to legal advice and justice for children, young people, and families...
Community Clinic Round Up

Community Clinic Round Up

We carried out a 6-week pilot of in person community Clinic in Govanhill in November 2022. The aim of the clinic was to reach some of Scotland’s most vulnerable children and to increase the diversity and equality of those we are delivering legal advice to. Stakeholder...
Children’s Rights and the UNCRC

Children’s Rights and the UNCRC

WHAT IS THE UNCRC? The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is a legally binding international agreement setting out the civil, political, economic, social, and cultural rights of every child under the age of 18. These rights are universal,...