The documents listed below are supposed to help adults to promote children´s participation in institutions such as daycare centres and schools. Moreover, there is plenty of information on promoting children's participation in development cooperation projects.
This guide was developed as a collaborative process between the International Institute for Child Rights and Development (IICRD) and the Destination Unknown community. The guide incorporates key learning from Destination Unknown members, youth ambassadors and children, and shares theory, good practices, recommendations, and opportunities for growth around meaningfully engaging children and young people on the move. It includes a focus on children aged 8-18, with some adaptation for younger and older children, children with different abilities and for COVID-19.
The guide lays out nine basic requirements for meaningful child participation and includes checklists and simple tools for implementation of participatory element, e.g. in the planning and conducting/implementing studies, campaigns and projects.
This research toolkit has been developed to support agencies in organising and implementing child friendly consultations with children and young people aged 5-17 years who have experience of child work, whether paid or unpaid, including chores to help their parents or other caregivers.