Empower children and young people to participate

Drawing on children’s lived experience

Participation contributes to the empowerment of children and young people in the systems and organisations in which they are involved. Research strongly supports the notion that listening to the views of children and young people aids in their belief in themselves, helps build strength through collaboration, and supports the realisation of their rights. Recognition of their right to be listened to and taken seriously promotes a sense of self-esteem and capacity to make a difference.

Our experience with supporting organisational cultural change demonstrates insight into effective consultation, collaboration and child-led approaches within varied service delivery models, as well as an understanding of how to embed children and young peoples voices into governance structures.

Contact us now to find out how your organisation can actively listen to the voices of children and young people, and embed their ideas, thoughts and opinions into organisational practice.