Promoting the Participation of Seldom Heard Young People: A Review of the Literature on Best Practice Principles

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Promoting the Participation of Seldom Heard Young People: A Review of the Literature on Best Practice Principles

The purpose of this research was to review national and international literature on the participation of seldom heard young people and to identify best practice principles in the field.

Promoting the Participation of Seldom Heard Young People

Contributors

Author: C. Kelleher,  M. Seymour and A.M. Halpenny.

Publisher: DCYA

Date: 2015

Geographic Coverage: Ireland

Type of Resource: Academic

Sector/setting: Local government and services

Vulnerable groups: Seldom heard children

Developed with children and young people? No

Type of participation: Documenting participation

Availability: Open access

Keywords: Best Practice, Education, Health, Ireland, Justice, Literature, Participation, Policymakers, Practitioners, Seldom Heard, Social Care, Voices, Young People

Introduction

The purpose of this research was to review national and international literature on the participation of seldom heard young people and to identify best practice principles in the field.