Time for children and young people’s views on physical punishment to be heard say Children 1st and the Scottish Youth Parliament
As Holyrood’s Equalities and Human Rights Committee reach the end of their Stage 1 scrutiny of the Children (Equal Protection from Assault) Bill, Children 1st and the Scottish Youth Parliament have issued a joint call for children and young people’s...
Mary Glasgow, Chief Executive, Children 1st, said: “MSPs on Holyrood’s Equalities and Human Rights Committee heard overwhelming evidence from police, health professionals, social workers and teachers that physical punishment of children doesn’t work and can do harm. “Future generations will...
Mary Glasgow, Chief Executive, Children 1st discusses our local services in Aberdeen.
Mary Glasgow, Chief Executive of Children 1st, responds to Boris Johnson’s comments on LBC this morning about spending on historic child abuse.
Children 1st, NSPCC Scotland, Barnardo’s Scotland have welcomed the support from across Scottish society for the Children (Equal Protection from Assault) Bill reflected in the written submissions to Holyrood’s Equality and Human Rights Committee Stage 1 consultation on the legislation published by the Scottish Parliament today (20/2/19).
Mary Glasgow, Chief Executive of Children 1st, comments on the publication of the Justice Committee's Stage 1 report on the Vulnerable Witnesses (Criminal Evidence) (Scotland) Bill.
Children 1st has been chosen as Glasgow Airport Chaplain’s Charity for 2019.
Companies across Scotland came together on social media to show their support for Children 1st’s Give A Smile Back campaign on Giving Tuesday (27 November).
We have been truly overwhelmed by your response to our Trauma Teddy appeal. Thanks to your generosity we have now been able to supply all the participating police stations. This means we don’t currently require any more teddies, so please...
Children 1st announces new Chief Executive
The Scottish FA are pleased to announce a new partnership with Children 1st.
New research for Children 1st shows how Family Group Decision Making (FGDM) can turn around the lives of families whose children are at risk of being taken into care.