FOI Request - Children's Rights Reports (IJB)

Request 101003219559

Under Part 1 (section 2) of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 your
authority has a duty to publish a report every 3 years of what steps you have taken
to secure better or further effect within your area of responsibility of the UNCRC
The first 3 year period ended on 31 March 2020, and the second 3 year period will
end on 31 March 2023.

A - Children’s Rights Report 2017-20:
1. A weblink or copy of your published report covering the first 3 year period (1
April 2017 – 31 March 2020).
2. However, if you have not yet published a report for this period can you confirm
(yes/no) if you intend to do so,
2.1 And if yes, an indication of when it will be published.

B - Children’s Rights Report 2020-23:
3. Has your authority started work on preparing this report? Yes/No.
4. When do you intend to publish the report?
5. Will it be published as a separate report or as part of another report? Yes/No.
For example, within your annual report.
5.1 And if ‘yes’, published as part of another report – can you provide the
name/description of the other report?
6. Are you producing a joint report with another authority? Yes/No.
6.1 And if ‘yes’ – which authority?
7. Do you intend to create a child friendly version of the report? Yes/No.
8. Please provide the name and contact details of the overall lead within your
authority for preparing the report.
9. Please do add in any additional information you would like to share regarding
the process used to develop the report – for example whether you have involved
children and young people in drafting it, whether you adopted the cluster
approach as recommended by the relevant Scottish Government guidance, or
the governance process used for sign off.

Response 13-02-2023

Not held. Children services are the statutory responsibility of Moray Council for the time period noted below, not Moray IJB. Information that is not held falls under Section 17 of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 - Information not held.

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