Prosody is the pitch and tone of the human voice. It is the very essence of connection. Our blog hosts articles and stories dedicated to innovation, research and practice with children and young people.
Using the ‘Action Feedback Kit’: the importance of listening and acting on feedback from children and young people
‘Using the ‘Action Feedback Kit’: the importance of listening and acting on feedback from children and young people’ blog article was written by Chris Cussen, Lead – Product Development, Content Creation, and Projects at Australian Childhood Foundation. Every time I walk up the path to our counselling service in Melbourne, I look for spider webs on …Read More
Putting children first in organisations
This blog article was written by Deb Holmes, Manager in Safeguarding Children Services at the Australian Childhood Foundation. At Safeguarding Children Services within the Australian Childhood Foundation every week and every day is about putting children first. Our work with organisations is focussed on building their capacity to keep the children and young people that …Read More
Increasing child participation in community contexts
Children are vulnerable in communities that do not listen to them, that do not value their voice or opinions, that do not conceive of children as having the capacity to meaningfully contribute to society. Vulnerable, because these attitudes or cultural approaches mean that they can be overlooked, minimised or left unheard or unbelieved.Read More