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Participation is among the fundamental principles envisaged by the Convention on the Rights of the Child under Article 12, clearly setting forth that children enjoy the right to participate in decision-making processes affecting their life. This...

The what, why, and how of each of Save the Children’s child participation practice standards. The primary purpose of these practice standards is to ensure consistent high quality child participation practice throughout Save the Children’s...

The climate crisis is affecting children and their rights first and worst, and will continue to affect future generations of children. Across the world, a growing global movement of children are demanding climate action, providing leadership on...

This report was written to capture Save the Children’s experience with working children, and draw from it principles of good practice. Projects for working children have been in the front line of Save the Children initiatives to help...

This report looks at the use of consultations with children as a means of developing good practice in community work, social work and development work. It focuses on work done by Save the Children’s Child Protection Programme Team in Myanmar...

A report put together by Save the Children’s Child Participation Working Group, showing Save the Children’s learnings from supporting children’s participation during the UN General Assembly’s Special Session on Children. It sets...

The right of children to participate in decision‑making in all matters that affect their lives is a well‑established legal principle and international research indicates growing evidence that states are implementing this principle in the sphere of...

This report is an outcome of the one-day workshop on child participation in the UN Study on Violence against Children, held in Geneva in 2004 by Save the Children. The report is organized into the following major five sections: (i) An introduction...

Save the Children in Kosovo commissioned an assessment on best practice models in child participation in decision-making for the “Regional CSO Strengthening 2017-2021” project. Data collection was done through desk research, and in-depth...

This report demonstrates the critical role and contribution of children in UN processes and decision making. It captures the main trends, standards, practices and challenges to child participation in UN processes over the last thirty years and...

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