This guide will introduce some practical examples of how to remunerate and reward children and young people.
Voices Forum: a Young Women’s Project - led to a participative steering group at a YWCA Centre, for young women to have a say in how the Centre is run.
Listen and Learn – brief details on a consultation with children asking what they would like their family support workers to be like.
Let's talk about sex baby – young people developed the training package they deliver to other young people about sexual health, teenage pregnancy and relationship issues.
Mystery Shopper - gave young people the chance to go undercover to assess sexual health services, and to then train up other young mystery shoppers on a mentoring programme. .
Youth Advisory Board established to gain the opinions and views of other young people in the North East on the 14 – 19 education agenda.
Research investigating children and young people’s understanding of the CAF (Common Assessment Framework).
One Children’s Workforce Framework and Tool consultation – development of activities to enable children, young people and their families to understand integrated services.
SNAP Development Project: Youth Aloud – has been developing the skills and voice of young people to be heard and to participate (with adults) at public meetings.
Ten Principles of Participation - clarifies legal expectations for participation, defines participation and sets out an action plan for working with children and young people.
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