How can I stand up for children's rights?

If you want to find out how to publicly advocate for children's rights, please find various information materials and guides below. Likewise, there are plenty of materials for children and young people for learning  how to advocate for their rights.


Advocacy on children’s rights

Background material for adults on child´s rights advocacy as well as its application in practice

produced by: Save the children | Download [pdf, 183 kb, 18 pages] | Language: English | Year: 2010

Advocacy Toolkit

Guidelines and background on ways of communication on the topic of children´s rights in development cooperation

produced by: UNICEF | Download [pdf, 2.4 mb, 144 pages] | Language: English | Year: 2010

Advocacy Toolkit

Information prepared by young people for young people on advocacy as well as ways of practical application. To foster understanding, the toolkit applies a comprehensive methodological approach using text, pictures, infographics, and alike.

produced by: Plan International | Link to Toolkit | Languages: English, French, Spanish

Advocacy Toolkit

Training Tool on engaging children in advocacy work on their right to participate in decision-making processes

Guidelines on how to specifically support the participation of children and young people in decision-making processes.

produced by: Eurochild | Link to Toolkit | Language: English | Year: 2018


Materials for designing projects with a focus on children's rights

Materials for training and further education

Provide children and young people with an understanding of human rights in an age-appropriate manner

Standing up for children's rights - materials for public relations work

Promote children's participation in institutions such as kindergartens, schools and projects

Examples and guidelines for child protection concepts in organisations and projects