CRAE is running free training sessions on equality and human rights law for children’s rights advocates and children. The sessions will be held in CRAE’s offices in central London (94 White Lion Street, London, N1 9PF) from 2pm to 5pm on Friday 25 January 2013 and Monday 28 January 2013.
CRAE is looking for new Trustees to join CRAE's Council of Management. These are unpaid, voluntary roles.
Cameras with sound recording should be installed in youth custody and police stations say children and young people
The Children’s Rights Alliance for England (CRAE) has today published a research report presenting children’s experiences of violence in custody and setting out their suggestions for creating violence-free custodial settings
CRAE is recruiting a number of interns/volunteers. These are unpaid positions with travel (Greater London only) and lunch expenses covered.
CRAE’s initial response to the Queen’s Speech focuses on the Government’s proposals to reform the role of the Office of the Children’s Commissioner for England. CRAE is delighted that the Government proposes to include provisions to strengthen the role of the Children’s Commissioner in the Children and Families Bill and strongly supports the proposal that the Commissioner should have a new power to undertake children’s rights impact assessments on policy and legislation affecting children. A strong, independent Children’s Commissioner is crucial to the protection and promotion of children’s rights in England. In order to fulfil this role effectively, it is essential that provisions relating to the Children’s Commissioner’s mandate, duties, powers and accountability comply with certain minimum standards.< Previous 1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526 Next >