Are you an ‘Unfeartie’?
To mark Children’s Parliament’s 21st birthday, the Children’s Parliament initiated the inspiring and brave band of’ Unfearties’. ‘’
‘Unfearties’ are individuals who are courageous in discussing children’s issues, are making a difference in children’s lives, and are willing to speak up for, and stand alongside, children.
Since 2017, more than 1000 people, including doctors, nurses, teachers, parents, carers, civil servants, local authority workers, third sector practitioners, United Nations deputy high commissioners, and even the First Minister of Scotland, have joined the movement’ (Children’s Parliament Website).
As part of the 25th birthday celebrations of the Children’s Parliament which coincide with World Children’s Day on the 20th November 2021, CALA will be holding a ‘Unfeartie Conversation’ to discuss Children’s Rights and what else we can do.
Join us for our ‘unfeartiness’ conversation on Thursday 18th November, 4 pm.
To receive the link to join, click here