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For children and young people

Participate with you and participate with me
Save the Children, Plan International, War Child Holland, 2012
This guide helps children and young people to learn about participation in all aspects of life and society.

#SafeWeb4Kids. Children’s guide to online safety
Child Rights Coalition Asia, 2016
A guide designed by and for children containing advice on how to use the internet safely. Young researchers who are using the internet to help investigate issues and/or share their findings and campaign messages will find this guide useful.

UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. In child friendly language
UNICEF
An easy-read poster summarising the main messages from the Convention.

What You Should Expect From Adults When They Work With You: A guide for children and young people
Save the Children et al, 2017
This short guide was written by children. It describes what children should expect from adults who work with them. If children do not receive the fair treatment described in the guide, they are encouraged to present the guide to the adults for discussion on better ways they could work with them.

For adults

It’s About Disability. Learning guide on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
UNICEF, 2009
This workshop guide aims to empower children and young people with and without disabilities to speak out and advocate on the UNCRPD. It includes a child-friendly version of the convention articles.

Participatory Video with Children. Facilitators Manual
War Child, 2012
This guide was developed for a specific project in Sudan, to help children identify disability inclusion/exclusion issues, but contains advice that is adaptable for use anywhere.

Young Voices in Inclusive Education. A guide to help young researchers conduct action research with peers and younger children
EENET, 2018
This guide helps adults to facilitate and support children and young people to investigate issue of inclusion and exclusion in their schools. There is a focus on how older children can work with very young children to elicit opinions and ideas for school improvements.