These policy briefings are produced by the Eurochild secretariat, often in collaboration or in consultation with the membership. The policy papers offer guidance to policy makers, researchers, professionals working with or for children.
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Children’s Rights Are Better Understood In Political And Public Life
Ending Child Poverty & Social Exclusion
Ending Institutional Care For All Children
Prioritising Early Childhood Development
Eurochild wants to see greater recognition and understanding of children’s rights in the political and public domains, both at EU and national levels. Children can’t vote, but they have a key stake in Europe’s future. Realising children’s rights means to acknowledge and strengthen the role children have in shaping the world they live in.
Eurochild works with the EU institutions to ensure that children’s rights are visible in different policy portfolios. We contribute to crucial policy frameworks such as the EU strategy on the rights of the child and the EU Action Plan for the Pillar of Social Rights. We work together with our members to ensure recognition and respect for children’s rights at national level.