State of Children's Rights in England 2014

Since the UK signed up to the UNCRC in 1991, all areas of government and the state, including local government, schools, health services, and criminal justice bodies, must do all they can to fulfill children’s rights. 

Our State of Children's Rights in England 2014 report looks at whether enough is being done to fulfil the human rights of children in England. It is based on official statistics, published research and additional material gathered through Freedom of Information requests. It also summarises significant laws or policies which affect children’s human rights.

Read the Executive Summary.

Read the full report.

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