Coronavirus (COVID-19) domestic vaccine certification: children's rights and wellbeing impact assessment

Children's rights and wellbeing impact assessment (CRWIA) considering the ways which the domestic Covid vaccine certification scheme may engage the rights of children and young people protected under the United Nation's Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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Annex A


  • Age Scotland
  • Baptist Union of Scotland
  • Black and Ethnic Minority Infrastructure in Scotland
  • Children and Young People's Commissioner Scotland
  • Children in Scotland
  • Church of Scotland
  • Close the Gap
  • Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights
  • Disability Equality Scotland
  • Edinburgh Inter-faith Association
  • Engender
  • Equality and Human Rights Commission
  • Evangelical Alliance
  • Glasgow Disability Alliance
  • Humanist Society Scotland
  • Inclusion Scotland
  • Information Commissioner's Office
  • Intercultural Youth Scotland
  • Interfaith Scotland
  • Just Right Scotland
  • LGBT Youth Scotland
  • Minority Ethnic Carers of Older People Project
  • Muslim Council of Scotland
  • NHS Ayrshire and Arran
  • NHS Education for Scotland
  • NHS National Services Scotland
  • NHS
  • Open Rights Group Scotland
  • Poverty and Inequality Commission
  • Progress in Dialogue
  • Roman Catholic Bishops' Conference
  • Scottish Council of Jewish Communities
  • Scottish Episcopal Church
  • Scottish Human Rights Commission
  • Scottish Information Commissioner
  • Scottish Privacy Forum
  • Scottish Refugee Council
  • Scottish Trans Alliance
  • Scottish Women's Aid
  • Scottish Women's Convention
  • Stonewall Scotland
  • The Equality Network
  • Young Scot
  • Youth Link



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