Five of our partners from Eastern Africa and Eastern Europe participated in CATS-Children as Actors for Transforming Society at the end of July 2015. For one week they exchanged views and discussed the ins and outs of children’s participation with children, young people and other child rights practitioners from around the world.
CATS 2015: PARTICIPATION OF CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE in action
As the third edition of CATS – Children as Actors for Transforming Society – is getting closer, we are excited to offer a programme more participatory than ever, where we will share experiences of children’s participation and debate issues of children’s rights.Click for more >
Sierra Leone children, recovering from Ebola, make radio programmes
Our educational radio programme was approved by the Sierra Leone government last month and has now aired on radio channels in the eastern part of the country.
Listen to extracts of the programmes here.Click for more >
Thank you for sponsoring our Marathon Walk for children’s right to participate in society
On 21 June 2015 the Child to Child team enjoyed a 10 km walk along the Thames in support of children’s right to participate in society and in all matters which affect them. Thanks to your help we can ensure girls and boys are listened to and taken seriously across the globe.Click for more >
Special International Women’s Day:
Four articles to understand how Child to Child’s work leads to better gender equality
We offer you a series of four stories on gender equality and girls’ rights.Click for more >
When children work together they can change
For over 30 years, Child to Child has been at the forefront of
approaches to children’s
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The third edition of CATS – Children as Actors for Transforming Society – is soon upon us. This year the Caux Palace is welcoming 315 participants, including 168 under-25s, for a programme more participatory than ever, full of space for sharing experiences of children’s participation and debating issues of children’s rights.
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Last month a group of eight international organisations published an advocacy paper stressing the need for child-sensitive accountability of the post-2015 framework. Unicef, Plan International, WorldVision, Children International, Save the Children, SOS Children’s Villages, ChildFund and Child to Child joined forces to call on governments to involve children and young people in their accountability mechanisms and value their opinions on all matters which affect them.