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What will the office of the Children’s Commissioner look like from April 2014?

Find out about changes to the Office of the Children's Commissioner happening in April 2014.

Youth Engagement Approaches - New energy, ideas and perspectives

New energy, ideas and perspectives - How young people are creating change across the Commonwealth A report by the Australian Government.  .

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Listening To Young Children - The Mosaic approach

Listening to Young Children will be of interest to policy makers, practitioners in nurseries, children's centres, pre-schools and schools and residential settings.

An introduction to Social Enterprise

This guide from National Children's Bureau a (NCB) aims to introduce social enterprise to those who don’t have much previous knowledge or.

Guidelines for research with children and young people

These guidelines have been produced for researchers who are contemplating involving children and young people (CYP) in their research project as participants or in a more active role.

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Participation: standards, evidence and the Big Society

This report recommends that a number of steps are taken to secure young people’s participation in the Big Society, and the role of the participation worker as the primary catalyst for this.

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Honesty, Commitment and Trust - Delivering Training in Partnership with Young People

This resource will look primarily at how organisations support and develop young people to work as partners to design and deliver training.

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Youth Participation Worker Career Information Sheet

National Council for Voluntary Youth Services (NCVYS) has produced a career information sheet for people interested in becoming a Youth Partici.

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Democracy for All - Engage your young constituents now

By the time we reach the next election today’s 14 year olds will be eligible to vote, yet they are still not being systematically involved by politicians to have their voice heard.

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Let's listen - Young children's voices - profiling and planning to enable their participation in children's services

Young Children's Voices Network have launched a new resource; part funded by Participation Works.

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British Youth CouncilChildren's Rights Alliance for EnglandKIDSNational Council for Voluntary Youth ServicesNational Youth Agency

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