Child friendly materials

As professionals we often need materials we can use to explain issues to children - in a language that is easy for them to understand. In this section we are collecting such resources! Issues include child rights, child abuse, child participation. If you know of such resources that should be added here, please write us!

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Discover your Rights
Date of publication: 2009
Publisher: SOS Children's Villages, Council of Europe
Three young people will share stories with you – their own and those of other children and young people in care.
UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in Child Friendly Language
Date of publication: 2008
Publisher: Heritage Canada Queen Alexandra Foundation for Children UNICEF
One-pager in English re-phrasing each right in a child-friendly languge.
It's About Ability
Date of publication: 2008
Publisher: UNICEF
This book was created for and with the participation of children to explain the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, why it was created and how it can help people with disabilities realize their rights.
We have Rights - Colouring Book (Arabic)
We have Rights - Colouring Book (Arabic)
Date of publication: 2007
This colouring book is a fun interactive tool for children to learn about their rights.
United Nations Guidelines on Justice in Matters Involving Child Victims and Witnesses of Crime
Date of publication: 2006
Publisher: UNODC, UNICEF
These guidelines were created to help make sure that children who have been harmed by crime and children who have seen others harmed are protected and treated fairly when they tell their stories in a court of law.
Abolishing Corporal Punishment of Children
Publisher: Council of Europe
Cou
Abolishing Corporal Punishment of Children
Publisher: Council of Europe
Council of Europe has developed tools for actors and institutions involved in child protection as part of the efforts to abolish corporal punishment of children in Europe.
Children and Justice videos
Publisher: European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights - FRA
Eur
Policy to Support Positive Parenting
Publisher: Council of Europe
Cou

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