This co-created pilot website is about Children’s Participation in Public decisions. Our aim is to share information that can help make sure that all children can choose to be included in and influence the decisions taken by parliaments, assemblies and governments. This includes decisions about law, policy, budgets and monitoring. Children, young people and adults have told us that it helps to learn from other people’s examples. So, we are experimenting in ways of creating a living archive.
Contributors to the site have shared practice examples to help us pilot the site. The posts are in different styles and different lengths. We need your advice on what they be like. Use the tabs above to explore:
- Evidence of children and young people’s views, experiences and recommendations
- Impact achieved through children’s participation – and opportunities to achieve more change
- Advice about how to work together to achieve children’s goals
You can use the tabs to find the sorts of posts you are looking for. Tell us what you would like as options to filter the site.
If you have time, please:
- Send feedback about what you would like there to be on the site
- Share examples of your practice and take part in discussions.
- Tell us about opportunities to take part in improving attitudes, services, policy and law.
By clicking on the coloured squares to the right of this screen you can also visit a parallel site being led and developed by and for young researchers.
This site was initiated by UCan young researchers with advice from other young researchers and staff in Roma community NGOs. It is being developed by The Centre for Children and Young People’s Participation in collaboration with Eurochild and other child and adult partners.