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27.09.18

Children Human Rights Defenders in Wales respond to United Nations Day of General Discussion consultation

In advance of the United Nations Day of General Discussion, Children in Wales has published a response to the Child Rights Connect, (CRC) consultation on Children Human Rights Defenders.

The consultation, ‘The Views, Perspectives and Recommendations of Children Across the World’ will form the main discussion on the day. It summarises the responses of children and young people, including those from Wales.

Children in Wales worked with young people to collect their views as children human rights defenders. Their views can be read in full in our accompanying report, published today. There was a wide range of topics, with input from a variety of groups.

Children in Wales would like to thank all of the groups and partner organisations who contributed, and to especially thank all the young people who gave their views and continue to be human rights defenders.


Children Human Rights Defenders in Wales respond to United Nations Day of General Discussion consultation Cover

10.04.17

Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill

The Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill was introduced to the National Assembly for Wales on 12 December 2016.

This paper gives a summary of:

  • The background to the Bill
  • The aims of the Bill
  • The provisions set out in the Bill
  • Changes since the draft Bill
  • Progress of the Bill


Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill Cover

31.03.13

Celebrating Three Years of Reach the Heights Video

This video highlights the variety of work that was carried out by Children in Wales through the Reach the Heights programme.


31.03.13

Celebrating three years of Reach the Heights

This special edition of Children in Wales magazine outlines the activities carried out as part of Reach the Heights programme in Wales.


Celebrating three years of Reach the Heights Cover

30.11.11

Having a voice, having a choice

This poster was developed by Together 4 Rights and the Participation Unit at Save the Children to help young disabled people have more of a say in decisions that affect their lives.


Having a voice, having a choice Cover

06.03.10

Early Support website

This is the website of the Early Support programme which was the Welsh Government’s programme to  improve the lives of children with additional needs and their families, and was specifically aimed at children aged 5 years or under.  Children in Wales led the partnership to develop the programme in Wales including the development of this website.


Early Support website