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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 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...

Since 2014, an armed conflict has been ongoing in eastern Ukraine. An estimated 5.2 million people are affected by the conflict. This study aims to help fill a gap in evidence concerning the gendered impact of the conflict on boys and girls of...

The mid-term evaluation documents the progress made in the project implementation and assesses the short-term impacts. It analyses how the participant children and the service providers perceive the project, the challenges the children are facing...

Children and adolescents are key drivers for the development and economic future of Cambodia. Despite this, children's participation in policymaking and decisions that impact them has been limited, and entrenched gender norms have prohibited...

Child participation is one of Save the Children’s thematic areas in accordance with Article 12 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), which recognises that children have a right to have their views heard and considered. This...

Prior to and following independence which was attained on 9 July 2011, South Sudan has been marred by armed conflict, resulting in devastating impacts on children irrespective of age, gender, ethnicity, level of education and social standing. To...

Save the Children has embraced the Child Rights Programming (CRP) approach to plan, implement and monitor programmes with the overall goal of improving the position of children so that all boys and girls can fully enjoy their rights and can live...

This document is intended to provide guidance on safe, ethical and meaningful child participation during the coronavirus pandemic.  

We Can!

2020 - Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon

We Can! is inspired by the artwork, messages, and recommendations of children in Jordan, Egypt, and Lebanon about their dreams for girls in their community. This is part of a collaboration called #DreamsBetweenMyEyes, between Save the Children...

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