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Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
Improving right outcomes quiz 2010
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This short quiz addresses children and young people's human rights in England and developments in 2010. It is based on CRAE's State of Children's Rights in England report. The download version …

This short quiz addresses children and young people's human rights in England and developments in 2010. It is based on CRAE's State of Children's Rights in England report. The download version includes detailed notes and references.

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  • 1. The rights quiz 2010A good year for children and young people’s rights to improved outcomes in England? State of Children’s Rights in England, November 2010 www.crae.org.uk Quiz at www.practicalparticipation.co.uk
  • 2. Being healthyWhat % of children and young people have mentalhealth problems requiring professional help inEngland?A. 1%B. 11%C. 40%
  • 3. Being healthyWhat % of children and young people have mentalhealth problems requiring professional help inEngland?A. 1%B. 11%C. 40%Answer: B – 11%
  • 4. The rate of teenage pregnancies is:A. The highest in Western EuropeB. In the middleC. The lowest in Western Europe
  • 5. The rate of teenage pregnancies is:A. The highest in Western EuropeB. In the middleC. The lowest in Western Europe Answer: A – the highest
  • 6. Staying safeHow many children and young people die in thehome each year because of neglect or abuse fromsomeone they know well?A. Up to 10 a year (one a month)B. Up to 80 a year (between one and two a week)C. Up to 360 a year (about one a day)
  • 7. Staying safeHow many children and young people die in thehome each year because of neglect or abuse fromsomeone they know well?A. Up to 10 a year (one a month)B. Up to 80 a year (between one and two a week)C. Up to 360 a year (about one a day)Answer: B – up to 80 a year, or 2 a week
  • 8. Which is the biggest killer of 12-16 year oldsin England?A. Childhood diseasesB. MurderC. Traffic
  • 9. Which is the biggest killer of 12-16 year oldsin England?A. Childhood diseasesB. MurderC. TrafficAnswer: C – traffic
  • 10. Who said conditions in our young offenderinstitutions are “unacceptable in a civilisedsociety” and “institutionalised child abuse.”A. The Chief Inspector of PrisonsB. The mediaC. The Home Secretary
  • 11. Who said conditions in our young offenderinstitutions are “unacceptable in a civilisedsociety” and “institutionalised child abuse.”A. The Chief Inspector of PrisonsB. The mediaC. The Home SecretaryAnswer: A
  • 12. How many young people have died in youthcustody between 1990 and 2010?A. 30B. 12C. 2Bonus question: how many public enquiriesinto these deaths has the Home Secretaryput in place?
  • 13. How many young people have died in youthcustody between 1990 and 2010?A. 30B. 12C. 2Bonus question: how many public enquiriesinto these deaths has the Home Secretaryput in place?Answer: A – 30 and no public enquiry(only Coroners reports and Child Death Reviews)
  • 14. Enjoying and achieving6550 children and young people were permanentlyexcluded from school in 2010( A drop of 19.4%)What % of those were 11 years old or under?A. About 11%B. About 1.3%C. About 33%
  • 15. Enjoying and achieving6550 children and young people were permanentlyexcluded from school in 2010( A drop of 19.4%)What % of those were 11 years old or under?A. About 11%B. About 1.3%C. About 33%Answer: A – about 11%
  • 16. What % of school exclusions are for children andyoung people with special educational needs?A. 33%B. 75%C. 3%
  • 17. What % of school exclusions are for children andyoung people with special educational needs?A. 33%B. 75%C. 3%Answer: B – 75%
  • 18. Local authorities are the legal parent of about 60,900children and young people. What % have no GCSEsor GNVQs?A. 51%B. 31%C. 11%
  • 19. Local authorities are the legal parent of about 60,900children and young people. What % have no GCSEsor GNVQs?A. 51%B. 31%C. 11%Answer: C – 31% (improved from 51% in 1999)
  • 20. Economic well-beingThe UK is the sixth richest country in the world, yetwhat % of our children and young people live inrelative poverty in England?A. 10% (1.1 million)B. 33% (3.5 million)C. 50% (5.5 million)
  • 21. Economic well-beingThe UK is the sixth richest country in the world, yetwhat % of our children and young people live inrelative poverty in England?A. 10% (1.1 million)B. 33% (3.5 million)C. 50% (5.5 million)Answer: B – 33%(A rise for the fifth year running after reduction between1998 and 2005)
  • 22. Asylum seeking families get what level ofbenefits as other poor families?A. The same – asylum seeking children have the same rights in lawB. About 30% more due to their exceptional needsC. About 30% less
  • 23. Asylum seeking families get what level ofbenefits as other poor families?A. The same – asylum seeking children have the same rights in lawB. About 30% more due to their exceptional needsC. About 30% less Answer: C – 30% less
  • 24. What’s the life expectancy gap at birth betweenrich and poor in England?A. 5 yearsB. 15 yearsC. 55 years
  • 25. What’s the life expectancy gap at birth betweenrich and poor in England?A. 5 yearsB. 15 yearsC. 55 yearsAnswer: B – 15 years
  • 26. Making a positive contributionGovernment statistics indicate youth crime hasgone down each year for the last 12 years.Has the % of young people entering the criminaljustice system, therefore:A. Gone down by 27%B. Stayed the sameC. Gone up by 27%
  • 27. Making a positive contributionGovernment statistics indicate youth crime hasgone down each year for the last 12 years.Has the % of young people entering the criminaljustice system, therefore:A. Gone down by 27%B. Stayed the sameC. Gone up by 27%Answer: C
  • 28. 64% of young people breach their ASBOs. What % ofthese young people then end up in prison for thesebreaches?A. 0% – ASBOs are not criminal convictionsB. 71%C. 41%
  • 29. 64% of young people breach their ASBOs. What % ofthese young people then end up in prison for thesebreaches?A. 0% – ASBOs are not criminal convictionsB. 71%C. 41%Answer: C (a total of 1,253 children and young peoplebetween 2000 and 2008; no later figures)
  • 30. In Ofsted’s Tellus survey among years 8 and 10, what% felt their views were listened to and that these madea difference to decision making in their local area? A. 28% B. 48%% C. 82%
  • 31. In Ofsted’s Tellus survey among years 8 and 10, what% felt their views were listened to and that these madea difference to decision making in their local area? A. 28% B. 48%% C. 82% Answer: A – 28%
  • 32. “The children left behind”In a recent UNICEF study of 24 developed nations, equality for children and young people in the UK ranked: A. 8th B. 14th C. 22nd
  • 33. “The children left behind”In a recent UNICEF study of 24 developed nations, equality for children and young people in the UK ranked: A. 8th B. 14th C. 22nd Answer: B
  • 34. A good year for children and young people’s human rights?In 2010, the UK government made significant progress on how many of the 118 legally binding recommendations on children and young people’s human rights from the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child? A. 9 B. 29 C. 69
  • 35. A good year for children and young people’s human rights?In 2010, the UK government made significant progress on how many of the 118 legally binding recommendations on children and young people’s human rights from the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child? A. 9 B. 29 C. 69 A. 9 (8%)
  • 36. Improving outcomes for children andyoung people in England?“Children and young people’s human rightsare not a pick and mix assortment of luxuryentitlements, but the very foundation ofdemocratic societies.”Alvaro Gil-Robles,Council of Europe Human Rights CommissionerAll information from: www.crae.org.ukThe quiz can be downloaded at www.practicalparticipation.co.uk

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