Children in Scotland produces a range of policy briefings for members on policy and legislative issues affecting children, young people and their families.
Below is a list of our most recent briefings and reports.
This briefing paper covers Children in Scotland's response to the Children and Young People (Scotland) Bill Stage 3 and Neil Bibby MSP's amendment 175, which provide Ministers with an enabling power to specify a minimum amount of out of school care when resources allow.
A briefing note providing a summary of the recommendations from the Commission chaired by Lord Smith of Kelvin on further devolution of powers to the Scottish Parliament.
A briefing on the Programme for Government for 2014-15, announced by the First Minister on 26th November, and Children in Scotland's response.
As part of our Gender Equality project, Children in Scotland, in collaboration with Families Need Fathers Scotland, have produced this briefing on the issue of how schools and other educational establishments could engage more effectively with non-resident parents where a child's parents do not live together.
This briefing paper sets out a number of points supported by Children in Scotland and a number of other organisationsconcerning the Named Person section (part 4) of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Bill (now Act).
Our briefing on the Children and Young People Scotland) Bill (now Act) as it reached Stage 3 of the parliamentary process.
Children in Scotland's comments on the Scottish Government's updated strategy for combatting child poverty.