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.
The toolkit is designed to increase the capacity of adult and child/youth facilitators to work with children’s committees/groups to plan, implement, and monitor advocacy actions that will help to improve their lives at local, sub-national, national, regional and/or global levels. The tools included in this toolkit are designed for use with, and by, children and young people aged eight to 18.
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.
The purpose of the Toolkit is to engage children and young people in advocating for children’s right to participate in decisionmaking processes. It includes tools and methods to empower children to contribute to change in public decision-making. The toolkit is intended to be used by NGOs working with children and young people as well as government officials at national, regional and local level.