This crossgovernment action plan strengthens the voice of children and young people in their local communities, in formal and informal education settings, in health and social services and in the national context of government decision-making.
The Ombudsman for Children’s Office (OCO) promotes the rights and welfare of children and young people under 18 years of age living in Ireland.
2010 Participation of youth in decision‐making procedures during residential care: A narrative review: This narrative literature review, covering the period 2000–2016, focuses on the opportunities of young people to participate, the challenges and facilitators to participation, and the outcomes of care related to participation. Recorded 21st July 2016 Contributors Author: Mijntje D.C. ten Brummelaar, Annemiek T. [...]
This paper draws upon research undertaken in Scotland but the findings of the study are relevant across the UK and beyond.
This is an executive summary of a regional technical workshop for Save the Children and partners in Bangkok on 5-6 March 2009 on involving children and young people in violence prevention and protection.