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Speak Up Project: Triptych version (with summary recommendations & children's views)

In the Speak Up! project children met in small groups, so-called focus groups, to learn about, and to discuss, children’s rights.

Once familiar with their rights, the children selected four rights which were most important to them and closest to their own life experiences and situations. The four selected rights were discussed in more depth and children came up with recommendations for better protection of their rights. 

See the leaflet.

Read the full Triptych report.

Read the complete project report.




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