The Committee will meet next on Friday 27 October at 10am in the Cwmbran Centre for Young People. Members will scrutinise the First Minister on the rights of children and young people including:
- how the Welsh Government embeds the rights of children and young people into the delivery of its programmes, policies and practices;
- the implications of leaving the European Union on children’s rights;
- key aspects and commitments from the programme for government relevant to the rights of children and young people; and
- how the Welsh Government involves children and young people in the design and delivery of their public services.
There will also be an opportunity for Members to ask the First Minister about topical issues.
If you would like to come along to watch the meeting, further information on how to reserve a seat is available on our website at: http://www.assembly.wales/en/visiting/senedd/attending-committee-meetings/Pages/attending-committee-meetings.aspx
The Committee was established on 28 June 2016 to scrutinise the First Minister on any matter relevant to the exercise of the functions of the Welsh Government.
The Committee has agreed to meet in public once during each Assembly term and in different locations around Wales where possible. It also agreed to take a strategic approach and to focus on areas related to the First Minister’s specific portfolio responsibilities or his leadership role for the Welsh Government.
Work undertaken by the Committee
Clerk: Graeme Francis.
National Assembly for Wales
Phone: 0300 200 6565