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Making participation meaningful May 2004
Children in Scotland talks to a panel of professionals about the barriers to meaningful participation by children and young people in our society and the changes that are needed to overcome them.
Sharing good practice May 2004
Children in Scotland highlights some examples of good practice that are helping to achieve a culture of participation for children and young people throughout Scotland.
The negotiating generation May 2004
Children in Norway today are often referred to as the negotiating generation' - they expect to be equal citizens. Kjell Lillestol tells Children in Scotland how his home town renewed interest in the democratic process from the bottom up.
Is there a father in the house? December 2004
The recent consultation on proposals to change family law in Scotland revealed support for introducing new parental rights for unmarried fathers. However, paternity rights in the workplace are determined by Westminster. Adrienne Burgess explains why policies that promote active fatherhood are key to achieving equality between the sexes.
Learning a sense of time, a sense of place December 2004
An approach to learning that is rooted in pupils' local communities and culture helps make school more relevant and could help stem migration out of Scotland's rural areas. Bronwen Cohen, Children in Scotland's editor-in-chief, reports.
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