Training on Children's Rights
Children’s rights will only be realised in practice if those bodies which are responsible for children’s rights are aware of their obligations, and what they should do to comply.
It is also important that children and young people are aware of their rights, so that they can speak up when their rights are breached.
CRAE runs training for public bodies (including local authority staff, teachers, those involved in law enforcement, health providers, etc.), private and voluntary bodies delivering public functions (for example, in relation to education, criminal justice and immigration) and children and young people.
Find out more about our specialist Total Respect Training programme. For more information or to book a place, email email@example.com