Children's Rights Alliance for England (CRAE)

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Children's Rights Alliance for England (CRAE) provides legal information, raises awareness of children’s human rights, and undertakes research about children’s access to their rights. We encourage others, including children and young people, to take action to promote and protect children's human rights. The CRAE website contains information about children's rights in many different situations and details of how you can get legal help.

The Children's Rights Alliance for England (CRAE) protects the human rights of children by lobbying government and others who hold power.

The CRAE website contains information about how children can use the law to protect their rights.

What are human rights?
Human rights are the basic things we need in order to live with dignity, develop and reach our potential, such as food, housing and health care and the right to express ourselves, hold religious beliefs, and be free from violence and abuse.

We all have these rights no matter who we are, what we are like, or what we do. Nobody has to earn their human rights. We are entitled to our rights simply because we are human.

What are your rights?
Many children and young people have similar problems in relation to their rights. Go to the CRAE website to find answers to frequently asked questions.

Get help with your rights
If you have a legal problem, you may need help from a lawyer or another organisation. Find out how you can get help here.

Details

Venue: Children's Rights Alliance for England (CRAE) has a useful website, this postcode is only for the search engine, Information on children's rights HP3 9BF

Age Range: All ages

Cost: Free

Timing and Repeats:

Booking Info: Drop-in / no booking needed

Organisation: Children's Rights Alliance for England (CRAE), tel: 020 7278 8222, email: info@crae.org.uk, website: click here...

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