At different ages, you have different rights and responsibilities, but some rights you have at any age.
Oxfordshire County Council has made a plan to make Oxfordshire the best place for children and young people to grow up.
Not many young people are entitled to benefits, but there are other ways of earning extra money
The law provides protection against discrimination or harassment. There will also be anti-discrimination policies in your place of learning or workplace. Know your rights - and your responsibilities.
Being homeless is dangerous, stressful, bad for your health and stops you getting on with your life - know how to avoid it
Think safety, whether you are at work, doing work experience, or seeking work
Not all of Oxfordshire’s young people go to school – some are educated at home
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender or Questioning - find out more about sexuality and gender identity.
Having money is great; now learn how to make the most of what you’ve got
The age young people must stay in education, training and learning until is 18. Do you know your options?
Why do children and young people commit crimes? And what happens if you do?
How to vote and why you should, as well as other ways to get involved in local and national politics at all ages
VOXY is a youth-led countywide forum which provides a voice for all young people in Oxfordshire (aged 11 – 18 and up to 25 with additional needs), so they can have their say about the issues that matter the most to them.
There are restrictions on what work young people can do, and also laws to protect your rights
Information about rights and support for children who have recently come to Oxfordshire from another country, including young refugees and asylum seekers
In Oxfordshire, in the United Kingdom and in most parts of the world everyone has rights which must be respected - by law.
Between ages 10 and 25 your rights and responsibilities change, and you can do different things at different ages