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We Are Here: A Child Participation Toolbox

Eurochild strives to put children’s voices at the heart of decision making and wants to help give others the tools to do the same. Our latest publication, co-produced in collaboration with our member the Learning for Well-being Foundation, ’We Are Here. A Child Participation Toolbox’, offers a practical set of tools to implement meaningful children’s participation and encourage collaboration between generations.

We Are Here: A Child Participation Toolbox is for anyone and everyone looking to implement and strengthen child participation in their contexts. NGOs and civil society organisations working with and for children as well as national and European public institutions that plan to consult with children or to co-create projects are especially encouraged to use the Toolbox. It is for children and adults alike. We also hope that it will become a valuable resource for our members, as well as anyone else who would like to build their capacity to ensure children are directly and meaningfully involved in their work. 

If you are interested in using the Toolbox or you have specific questions about it please do not hesitate to get in contact with alice.hagger-vaughan@eurochild.org or mieke.schuurman@eurochild.org.

Download the toolbox here




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