Child-to-Child (CtC) is an approach to health promotion and community development that is led by children. It is based on the belief that children can be actively involved in their communities and in solving community problems.

Child to Child: A practical guide - Empowering Children as Active Citizens

Child-to-Child guide: an approach to health promotion & community development that is led by children. It is based on the belief that children can be actively involved in their communities and in solving community problems. CtC projects involve children in activities that interest, challenge and empower them.

Child-to-Child guide: an approach to health promotion & community development that is led by children. It is based on the belief that children can be actively involved in their communities and in solving community problems. CtC projects involve children in activities that interest, challenge and empower them.

This guide is based on practical experience. It provides tried and tested methods of working, for adults interested in encouraging young people to become actively involved in their local community and its regeneration. The guide is aimed at adults in the public sector, in a voluntary organisation, or in a paid or volunteer role, working to promote children’s participation and rights.

Diy guide to improving your community getting children and young people involved

The Time for Change - the time to stop violence against children - is now. Making a world safe for children should be done together with children. This comic has been specifically designed for children aged 14-17 years, and will be useful to parents, carers, teachers and other professionals working with children.

Time for Change. Working with young people to stop violence (For 14 to 17 years)

A guide to work towards eliminating all forms of corporal or physical punishment and other humiliating or degrading punishment of children in all settings.

A Guide to building healthy parent-child relationships: A positive rights-based approach

A new resource published by Plan International & Save the Children on the right to be safe and protected, targeting children and young people in the age group 13-17 years. Reading this book will help you protect yourself, your friends and your siblings from abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence. The information and fun learning activities in the book will guide you to think more about what you can do to keep yourself and others safe.

A new resource published by Plan International & Save the Children on the right to be safe and protected, targeting children and young people in the age group years.

A KIT OF TOOLS FOR PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH AND EVALUATION WITH CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULTS. Save the Children, Norway.  http://www.hapinternational.org/pool/files/kit-of-tools.pdf

A KIT OF TOOLS FOR PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH AND EVALUATION WITH CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULTS. Save the Children, Norway. http://www.hapinternational.org/pool/files/kit-of-tools.pdf

Rights training materials for different age groups from Save The Children Sweden.

Rights training materials for different age groups from Save The Children Sweden.

This resource is intended as a practical toolkit for those involved in delivering training in gypsy, roma and traveller culture for early years settings.

This resource is intended as a practical toolkit for those involved in delivering training in Gypsy/Roma and Traveller culture for early years settings.

Consultation Toolkit = Save the Children practical guide to consulting with children and young people on policy related issues.

Consultation Toolkit = Save the Children practical guide to consulting with children and young people on policy related issues.


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