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Manuals | May 22, 2007

How-To Guide

Child Participation in Education Initiatives

Child participation is one of the guiding principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. This guide presents practitioners with many useful suggestions for ways to increase child participation; however, it also requires practitioners to recognize the value of child participation and commit to making it happen in a meaningful way.

CONTENTS

  • Letter from CRS Education Technical Advisors

  • Letter from CRS/Zimbabwe Country Representatives

  • Introduction

  • Overview of Child Participation

  • Child Participation: How-to

  • Child Participation: In-Depth

  • Conclusion