Started in October 2014, Palenques Infantiles is a project which encourages the organisation of AfroPeruvian children to analyse their situation, recognise their rights, and have their voices heard by society.
Learn more about our current projects or those we were involved in previously.
- Child protection
Since January 2014 we have supported 30 organisations in Eastern Europe and East Africa, that receive funding from the Oak Foundation’s Child Abuse Programme, to incorporate Child Rights programming principles into their work.
- Inclusive Education
Since 2013, Child to Child in partnership with AbleChild Africa has been implementing a three-year project to improve disabled children’s access to and success in primary school.
Since 2013 Child to Child has been implementing an adapted version of Getting Ready for School in post-disaster areas in Pakistan in collaboration with local partner,the Teachers’ Resource Centre. The project also incorporates a focus on disaster risk reduction.
- Child-led research
Since 2012, we have been partners in a consortium commissioned by the European Commission to assess the legislation, policy and practice of child participation across the 28 member states of the European Union.
- Life skills education
Since 2011, Child to Child has been working with marginalised students in London to create an environment where children and young people are listened to and taken seriously.