Scottish Parents' Survey 2021 - children's rights: results
Findings on children’s rights from Scottish Parents’ omnibus survey children and families analysis 2021.
9. Locations for and sources of future learning about children’s rights
Parents were asked an open question about where and from whom they would like to learn more about children’s rights from. Responses were coded by Ipsos MORI. 903 parents gave responses to at least one part of this question. They were more likely to give an answer to the first part of the question relating to places they would like to learn more from.
In terms of places, the majority of parents (54%) said they would like to learn more about children’s rights from schools, nurseries, and/or childcare providers and 22% said they would like to learn online. 10% said they would like to learn more through the media and 7% said through leaflets.
In terms of people, 14% of parents said they wanted to learn more about the UNCRC from health professionals, 11% from the government, 11% from teachers, and 9% from local authorities and local MPs. Fewer than 2% of parents who responded said they wanted to learn more from each the following groups: young people and children, from charities or NGOs, legal professionals, or people with professional knowledge in the area.
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