No one can take these rights and freedoms away from us. They belong to everybody.

As well as these rights and freedoms, some groups of people such as children and people with disabilities have specially agreed extra rights. These are described in other documents, called Conventions, written by the United Nations as well as in our own laws or policy.

Salvesen Mindroom Centre is committed to promoting the rights of neurodivergent children and young people. We’ve produced a collection of documents that explain how our work does this, referring to these special United Nations Conventions.

We have also produced some documents that explain how our work supports the Scottish Government’s plans to improve the lives of care-experienced Children and Young People.

Stakeholders Group

Are you aged 16-25?
Are you neurodivergent?
Would you
like to help make the world a better place for all children and young people?

Then Salvesen Mindroom Centre could use your help!

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Information for Children & Young People

Find out more about children’s rights and some of the things that are being done to help make the lives of all children and young people better.

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Information for Parents, Carers & Professionals

Discover how the work of Salvesen Mindroom Centre supports and aligns with a range of rights-based conventions and other documents.

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