5Rights are the rights that young people have already been promised in the offline world. The 5Rights campaign is about making sure we can also be supported by them in the digital world.
Curious about what happens during the Youth Leadership Group's investigation? One of our 5Rights Youth Leaders, Dev, has written about their experience with the 5Rights Youth Leadership Group.
Amy, one of our 5Rights Youth Leaders, has written about the launch of the 5Rights Youth Leadership Group, at which they were joined by the Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs, Fiona Hyslop MSP, and 5Rights founder, Baroness Beeban Kidron. Find out here what this exciting new project is all about!
Check out the 5 digital rights and what they mean for you.
What are 5Rights? Watch what your 5Rights are as explained by the Young Scot 5Rights Youth Commission.
The Young Scot 5Rights Youth Commission launched their final report, 'Our Digital Rights' in May 2017. Here, Youth Commissioners Olivia, Emma and Tristan discuss their project and some of their recommendations.
Tristan from the 5Rights Youth Commission blogs about everything he's been up to so far!
Our 5Rights Youth Commission put together this response to the House of Lords, who were looking for information about policies and practices that might be able to help young people get the most out of the internet, as well as ones that can help protect them from the dangers of the internet too.
Isla from the 5Rights Youth Commission wrote a piece on mental health and technology for AyeMind!
Dan Dickson, from the 5Rights Youth Commission, recently won tickets through Young Scot Rewards to the Shelter Scot x Product Forge Hackathon. Their tech skills were put to the test to help people facing housing issues in Scotland:
Eek! Should you have tweeted that? Here's what to avoid posting online.
It's important to make sure you're safe when spending time online. Here's how.
Social media expert Kieran Smyth shares his advice on creating a positive online presence.
See how young people react when they've been told their private posts have become public - it might make you think twice about what you do online!