By Maggie Mellon Supporters of the Named Person (NP) scheme, who relied mainly on assurances given by the Government and NP’s architects and supporters, might have been surprised by the Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling that the law needed to be dropped or...
DEAR John Swinney, You have asked for engagement on the future of the Named Person following the ruling of the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court ruled the information sharing provisions unlawful and also cautioned that parental or child consent to share personal...
Why with the Children and Young People Act 2014 we are in danger of creating a surveillance and not a support system for children and families Debate with Jackie Brock of Children in Scotland – this debate took place on Thursday 5 November at the CiS conference. I...
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