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Check out the latest news to find out what we have been up to and what we have planned.

Young people take action on homelessness in West London

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Since Monday we have been celebrating #iwill week, as our Hearing All Voices project has successfully contributed to the campaign with its groups of disadvantaged young people who took action in their communities. One group raised awareness of bullying and the second supported a charity that helps homeless people.

Young people tackle bullying in their college, take action in their community

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Earlier this year, a group of young migrants took action against bullying in their college in London, as part of our Hearing All Voices project.

Child to Child resources available in 3 languages

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Our copyright free resources are now available for download in English, Spanish and French. They include: manuals for trainers and facilitators; activity guides for adults and children; and storybooks. They address a range of thematic areas, including (but not limited to) education, health, hygiene, nutrition and life-skills.

Reflecting on children's participation at CATS 2015

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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.

What young people from Bulgaria learnt about rights at CATS 2015

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The is a recap of the lessons learnt from the team of the Safer Internet Center at CATS. They follow the conference’s rights-based approach to present their experiences through the rights they enjoyed during the CATS 2015 week.

Children in Harmony with Microbes in CtC Ecuador project

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On June 11-12, 2015 in Cuenca, Ecuador the Centro Niño-a-Niño (Child to Child Centre) will be hosting a seminar-workshop to share its new educational toolkit on Educational Knapsack: Student Health and the Microbial World.

A list of three techniques to do research with children

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Although the common tool used in research is the questionnaire survey, it is not so relevant when we want to listen to the voices of children. Completing a pen and paper survey tool is fine for adults but inadequate for children, who need child-friendly types of techniques to express their thoughts and give open and honest responses.

Adolescents involved in the General Comment on their rights

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Our Chair, Gerison Lansdown, has been commissioned by UNICEF to develop, on behalf of the Committee on the Rights of the Child, a General Comment on the rights of adolescents, for which she will consult adolescents at CATS Conference this summer.