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Your rights to be heard at school
As students you have the right to speak out about your education and how your school is run.
Your rights when dealing with children's services
Discover what your rights are when dealing with family courts, social workers or living in care.
Your rights when dealing with the health service
Discover what your rights are when dealing with doctors, receiving treatment or viewing your medical history.
Your rights when dealing with the police and courts
Discover what your rights are when dealing with the police or the legal system.
Criminal records: The facts
If you have been sentenced for a crime, you will get a criminal record, even if you were given an absolute discharge.
Criminal records: Who can help?
There is a lot of support available for people with criminal records who want to put their past behind them. Take a look at the following organisations that may be able to help you move on.
Your rights at work
Find out about the legal rights that protect you when you are an employee.
Trade unions explained
Find out what trade unions are, how they can help you, and how to join.
Where can I go for legal advice?
Having legal trouble but can't afford to see a solicitor? Find out where you can get reliable advice for free.
Expulsion, exclusion and suspension explained
Get the essential facts about when you can be excluded, what happens, and what your rights are.
Sexting: the law and more
Sharing nude photos might be more harmful than people realise. Find out what can happen, how to resist pressure, and where to get support.