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Child to Child materials now available on our website

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Our Child to Child manuals are now available to download. They are designed for teachers, health workers, youth leaders and other adults wanting to facilitate participatory activities with children and young people.

Nino a Nino consulta ahora disponibles en español

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Numeras materiales para enseñar y poner en práctica Niño a Niño actividades son ahora disponibles en libre acceso. Incluye el Libro de Consulta y cuatro historietas.

The devastating impact of Ebola on children in Sierra Leone

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Our project in Sierra Leone has been deeply affected by the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Our partner in Kailahun district, Pikin-To-Pikin, have been facing the impacts of the outbreak on the communities and particularly on children.

Positive experience for young people from Lumos

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At the second edition of CATS, in July 2014, we had the chance to welcome a delegation of 10 disabled young people from Lumos, who actively participated in the activities. They ran a workshop, discussed health issues during a plenary and acted on stage.

Children united for children's rights at CATS 2014

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At CATS 2014, children from INFANT, Peru and the Concerned for Working Children, India, developed a declaration to request that children’s rights be respected and upheld.

Day 7: Farewell to #CATS14 participants, until next year!

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Yesterday was the day of good-byes. Although CATS participants leave the palace today, yesterday has been dedicated to recording everyone’s opinions on this second edition of CATS conference, their feedback and their suggestions for next year’s.

Day 6: CATS participants take over social media

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For the last CATS’ plenary yesterday, the panellists and audience explore the role of the media and how it can support children’s advocacy.

Day 5: Welsh teenagers inspired by CATS Conference

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Yesterday was already the 5th day at CATS. Cath and Sam – from Funky Dragon in Wales – reflected on their time here up to now and wrote a poem to express their views on their experience at CATS.