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'Young people must be involved in the decision-making'

  • September 14, 2021
    Children's commissioner: 'Young people must be involved in the decision-making'

    Bruce Adamson, the children and young people's commissioner for Scotland believes children have a right to be involved in decisions that affect them.

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    He says the Age of Legal Capacity (Scotland) Act 1991 sets out very clearly that a child who is judged by a qualified medical practitioner to have the capability of understanding the nature and consequences of a procedure can give consent to that.

    Mr Adamson says that across the country parents will be having conversations about the Covid vaccine with their children and that parents play a "really important role" in supporting decision making and ensuring the child has the right information to make an informed decision.

    He said: "This is why it is going to be a very important thing coming from the first minister and the Scottish government this afternoon about what the plan is to make sure there is authoritative, child-friendly information about the vaccine.

    "It is also about the decision behind offering this to 12-15 year-olds and the fact the reason they have made this offer is not just because of the direct impacts of Covid, but all those other impacts of isolation and missing school.

    There is a broad range of rights that are impacted when children are affected by Covid."
  • October 21, 2021