About REE Rights

Hey, welcome to REE Rights Responder and REE Live Chat
All you need to know about your rights (under 18)

You’re here because you need to find something out about your rights. If your question is complicated, we’ll offer you the chance to talk to a legal expert online, through REE Live Chat.

All you need to do is click on REE RIGHTS RESPONDER and ask your question.

We are always working on REE to make it better for young people. If you don’t find the information you need please let us know.

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How REE can help


Just because you’re young doesn’t mean you don’t have rights. That begins with the right to ask, the right to be listened to and taken seriously. Knowing your rights can help you make better decisions and choices, sometimes it can even change your life!

When it comes to understanding your rights and the law, it’s important that you can trust what you read. That’s why we worked with young people and legal experts to create REE for young people aged 13 to 17.

Terms and conditions for using REE

Before using REE read more about how we protect your data privacy rights online here. We collect anonymised information to better understand your legal problems and to help us improve our services to all young people. Read more on confidentiality when you are using our online legal service.



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Our Vision

A society where all children can participate, are valued, their rights are respected and guaranteed without discrimination and every child can achieve their full potential.

Our History

The Children's Law Centre was established in September 1997. It is founded upon the principles laid down in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.