Recently Unicef published the book.
Child Rights Governance “A collection of 11 inspiring, motivating and suggestive case studies on children’s engagement in governance” Common for all cases is that important partnerships between local governments, civil society and children ha been formed and the quality of the relationships has gradually improved as trust has been built and adults have recognised what children can contribute. At the same time, children have experienced their views being taken seriously and that democratic negotiation processes genuinely provide them with influence.
the cases – Guatemala, Nicaragua, Ethiopia and the Philippines – which have been researched and photo documented thoroughly on the ground by the authors of Children in politics, mirror the children’s own views. Consequently, the photos from these cases also feature prominently. Downliad the document