What we do...

The Children's Rights Project exists to offer independent advocacy to children and young people aged between 5 and 18 in the West of Glasgow.

An Advocate is someone who speaks on your behalf, putting your views and opinions forward when, for whatever reason, you feel unable to do so yourself.  At CRP, our advocates are trained and experienced in working specifically with children and young people, helping with a huge range of issues.

An advocate is there to help.  They will provide up to date information to help you make decisions, can refer you to various services, can go with you to meetings/panels/appointments and help explain your issues/concerns.  Any information you share with your advocate is confidential, and would only be shared with your permission, or in certain circumstances, if it was putting you or others at risk.


Children and young people's right to confidentiality will be respected at all times except in circumstances where, we believe, they or others may be at risk or are vulnerable. We will ask all young people to sign a form of authority which allows us to share relevant information with other agencies or individuals.


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Last Updated: 18/01/2018
DMAC is a voluntary organisation incorporating Children's Rights and Advocacy Project.  Registered Charity Number SC021548.  Funded by Glasgow City Council's Integrated Grant Fund
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