As part of ongoing work to engage with children and young people, ADR Scotland has published a data comic.
Organisations can use this visual resource to start a conversation with children and young people around children’s rights, and to discuss their thoughts around their data or images being shared.
This work follows an innovative pilot project with Children in Scotland, which engaged directly with children and young people to capture their views on administrative data research. Key to this work was embedding the principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
ADR Scotland will continue to produce communications tools to engage with children and young people. These include comics, infographics, podcasts, and other visual media.
View the comic below – and read the full story on the Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research (SCADR) website.