Online Library

This is an online library with  publications related to child protection, including legislation, professional guidance, research reports and toolkits. Please use the filter function to adjust your search.

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2018 - Child rights connect
This report has been developed by Professor Laura Lundy and Dr Michelle Templeton of the Centre for Children’s Rights at Queen’s University Belfast, in the frame of the project “Protecting and Empowering Children as Human Rights Defenders” devised,...
2017 - Plan International
This document provides a guidance on the importance of consulting with children with disabilities. It provides practical suggestions for consulting with children and young people with disabilities in a variety of situations. It aims to equip...
2013 - Council of Europe
This guide informs social care professionals of the rights of children in alternative care. In doing so, the aim is to promote a child rights-based approach to their practice. This guide is for people who work with children and young people in...
2012 - NGO Group for the CRC
This advocacy toolkit prepared by the NGO Group for the CRC is designed to help NGOs and child rights advocates to understand the Optional Protocol to the CRC on a communications procedure or OP3 CRC. The toolkit provides guidelines and suggestions...
2011 - Southern Cross University, Australia
This is a manual designed to encourage more effective and empowering child participation. It is argued herein that only by engaging and utilizing our active listening skills can we really hope to access the perspective of children on issues which...
2010 - UNICEF
The right to participation  Several provisions in the Convention on the Rights of the Child reflect children's right to participation. Participation is one of the guiding principles of the Convention, as well as one of its basic challenges. Article...
2007 - British Educational Research Journal
The Lundy model of child participation
This model was developed by academic Laura Lundy, Professor of international children's rights at the School of Education at the Queen's University of Belfast.1 Her model provides a way of conceptualising a child's right to participation, as laid...

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