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Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone is a free place to call or webchat 24/7 for those under 20 years old who need someone to talk to. They are anonymous and confidential.  Visit their website or call them:

Toll free: 1-800-668-6868

Office of the Child and Youth Advocate Alberta

The Office of the Child and Youth Advocate Alberta informs young people and children about their rights and helps if they feel their rights have been violated or their best interests have not been considered. This site also provides contact information for the advocate's office for guidance and other crisis lines. 

General inquires: (780) 422-6056   
Specialized Advocacy for Young People: (800) 661-3446
Legal Representation for Children and Youth: (800) 890-2020

Your Rights in Pictures

These illustrated guides to rights, produced by the Children and Young People's Commissioner of Scotland and artist Alex Leonard, help children and young people to understand their rights under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in a clear and visual way. You can access these illustrated guides (one of children and one for young people) on the Children and Young People's Commissioner of Scotland website. 

Charter of the United Nations

This is a paper that explains what the United Nations is, as well as their goal and mission. It explains how the smaller councils and committees work inside the United Nations and all the different rules to being a member, the rights of voting, and the steps that have to be followed and the rules about the different people who have to be represented.

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