Scottish Parents' Survey 2021 - children's rights: results
Findings on children’s rights from Scottish Parents’ omnibus survey children and families analysis 2021.
8. Desire to know more about the UNCRC
Parents were asked if they would like to know more about the UNCRC and what it means for their child or children. Overall, a majority of parents (63%) agreed that they would. This was split between those saying they strongly agreed and tended to agree (34% and 30%, respectively). 19% of parents disagreed with the statement.
Generally, the less parents knew about the UNCRC, the more likely they were to agree that they would like to learn more about what it and what it means for their child or children. Parents aged 16-34 were more likely to agree that they would like to know more about the UNCRC and what it means for their child or children than parents aged 35 or above (77% compared with 58%). Parents with qualifications at degree level or above were more likely to disagree that they would like to know more than those with other qualifications (25% compared with 15%).
There is a problem
Thanks for your feedback