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Better education helps to cope with life’s challenges, said Anannia Admassu from CHADET

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At the last INGO Children’s Participation Forum, organised by Child to Child on 10th December, participants had an opportunity to meet Anannia Admassu, Director of the organisation CHADET which works to curb girls’ migration in Northern Ethiopia. Read his interview with Child to Child here.

INGO Children's Participation Forum: Steps for Engaging Young Children in Research

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Last week the INGO Children’s Participation Forum explored how to involve young children in research, as well as the advantages and challenges that this practice entails. Our Project Intern Philippa Watts tells us what she learnt from this interesting gathering.

Child to Child inspires students at Southampton University

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At the end of October our Project Manager Carolyn and our intern Klaas represented Child to Child at Southampton Hub’s International Development Conference. Yvette Afriyie-Agyemang, student coordinator of the conference, tells us how the Child to Child team inspired all the participants by highlighting the power of children and young people to change their world.

 

Children on autism Walking Together on the Same Path

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Young Adults of the Tu Y Yo programme, an autism awareness outreach project to Spanish-speaking immigrants in Chicago, put the emphasis on being different rather than having a disability. Recently they and the children on autism participated in the UN #DrawDisability contest.

A Marathon Walk for children’s right to participate

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On 21 June 2015 the Child to Child team will enjoy a 10 km walk along the Thames in support of children’s right to participate in society and in all matters which affect them. Join our team to help ensure girls and boys are listened to and taken seriously across the globe.

Working with children is critical for gender equality

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Our Consultant Sonal Zaveri tells us more about Child to Child’s Life Skills programme in India and its very positive impact on gender relationships in the communities involved in the project.

Celebrating International Women’s Day without women?

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It is sadly ironic that we cannot show you the women teachers who have contributed to nor benefitted from the positive impacts that our programme in Pakistan has led to, just as we are celebrating International Women’s Day.

Realising children’s right to education for gender equality

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Our Paths to School Success project in Sindh province in Pakistan is having a series of positive impacts on gender equality and gender relations in the communities where we are working.