England & Wales, Global, Scotland Climate action and sustainable development , Democracy, devolution and governance , Education and children's services , Health and social care

A ‘child’s rights’ approach: how one question can help councils plan fairer and healthier futures

Summary

Choosing and implementing policies that are coherent with child health and environmental sustainability, rather than accelerated ecological decline, is necessary for a sustainable and fair future. This briefing explains how embedding children’s rights in policy-making starts with one question: how do our policies affect young people’s life-chances now and in the future?

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