The Equality and Human Rights Commission has teamed up with AbilityNet and BCS to develop a new e-learning course that will equip individuals and businesses with the right skills to create accessible websites.
A report for the Scottish Government from Professor Jane Aldgate shows that ‘Getting it right for every child’ is built on the principles of the United Nations Convention on Rights of the Child.
The Scottish Government has published ‘See Hear: A strategic framework for meeting the needs of people with a sensory impairment in Scotland’. It covers cradle to grave sensory impairment and is set against a background of increasing demand, the requirement … Continue reading
www.actiononsectarianism.info is the new web portal being developed by YouthLink Scotland to support the Scottish Government’s work on tackling sectarianism and is due to be fully operational shortly. It will be a central gateway to community-based and national information and … Continue reading
Education Scotland has produced a report ‘to support schools and centres in promoting diversity and equality through all aspects of planned learning’, setting out examples of good practice found by their Inspectors during visits to schools over the period 2010-2012.
What is known about the laws and policies that shape children’s lives globally? The World Policy Analysis Centre has tracked the laws and policies in place in 193 countries in a seven-year research initiative. The Children’s Chances website allows you … Continue reading