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How children's rights in the digital age are critical

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At an LSE event recently, Sonia Livingstone discussed how fast-developing ICTs are reshaping children’s lives at a worldwide level, and how that requires that we consider children’s rights in the digital age.

Launching a children's radio project in Sierra Leone

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The PearlWorks team, in partnership with us and Pikin to Pikin, have recently been facing the challenge to set up a radio project for children in a part of the world devastated by the Ebola crisis.

Dr Blyden delivers messages for children's radio

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When Penny Boreham, our radio manager for our new project in Sierra Leone, met the youth rights activist Dr Sylvia Blyden, the latter recorded some messages for children and young people of Sierra Leone, to be broadcast on Pikin to Pikin Radio.

How to adapt Child to Child activities to new situations

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Celine Woznica recently went to Peru to deliver Child to Child’s workshops. She came back, amazed at the participants’ resourcefulness and how the time-tested approach finds new applications and meanings when adapted to different situations.

Partnership between children and adults

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Preparations for CATS 2015 are now well under way. Children, young people and adults have been regularly working together on the backbones of the conference, which will focus this year on “Children & Adults, Partners for Change?”

Child to Child joins Step up to Serve's #iwill campaign

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In January 2015 we joined the Step up to Serve initiative, which aims to make social action part of life for more young people in the UK by 2020.

Ace Africa’s CtC health clubs receive Stars Award 2014

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Last Saturday 13 December, Joanna Waddington, Founder and Country Director of Ace Africa Tanzania, attended the Stars Impact Award 2014 ceremony in London. There, she received the Stars Impact Award in the category of health for Africa and the Middle East for Ace’s Community Health & Wellbeing programme, which uses the Child to Child approach.

Are children's rights finally at the top of the agenda?

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Last week Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi, two renowned children’s rights activists and advocates, officially received the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, Norway. This is a groundbreaking decision which puts children’s rights at the top of the international human rights agenda.