The Education Act, 1998 provides for the establishment of student councils, intending them to play an integral and important role in the school community.
Learning from their Lessons: A study of young people in residential care and their experiences of education.
A study of young people in residential care and their experiences of education
The Participation of Young People in the Arts in Ireland: A Proposed Policy and Action Plan for the Period of the Third Arts Plan
A proposed policy and action plan for the period of the third arts plan.
Recommendation by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe to Member States, encouraging them to promote participation by children in decisions affecting them.
General Comment published by the Committee on the Rights of the Child to encourage States parties to establish an independent human rights institution for the promotion and monitoring of implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
‘Children’s Participation in the Decision-Making Process During Hospitalisation: an observational study’
Twenty-four children (aged 5 months to 18 years) who were admitted to a university hospital were observed for a total of 135 hours with the aim of describing their degree of participation in decisions concerning their own care.
This report documents effective ways to promote young people’s meaningful participation in receiving health care services and/or basic information as a person in their own right and in a non-judgemental manner within a global context.
The education pack, which forms the basis of the SCREAM programme, is made up of 14 educational modules and a User’s Guide.
The Committee discussed the theme “The private sector as service provider and its role in implementing Child Rights”.