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Children’s Parliament

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What did we do

Several smaller Children’s Parliaments all around Slovenia and one national meeting of Children’s Parliament

Unfortunately we have one page for Children’s Parliaments only in Slovenian language (which is a tab inside our organization ‘s website): https://www.zpms.si/programi/otroski-parlamenti/
Here is an article in English from our last years experience of running 30th national Children’s Parliament:
https://digy-project.eu/2020/06/11/using-opin-platform-for-30th-childrens-parliament/

Contact: Petra Zega, Slovenian Association of Friends of Youth (petra.zega@zpms.si)

The place is called:

Several cities and Ljubljana, capital of Slovenia

Date

1/9/2019

24/6/2020

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Children’s Parliament

by:

What did we do

Several smaller Children’s Parliaments all around Slovenia and one national meeting of Children’s Parliament

Unfortunately we have one page for Children’s Parliaments only in Slovenian language (which is a tab inside our organization ‘s website): https://www.zpms.si/programi/otroski-parlamenti/
Here is an article in English from our last years experience of running 30th national Children’s Parliament:
https://digy-project.eu/2020/06/11/using-opin-platform-for-30th-childrens-parliament/

Contact: Petra Zega, Slovenian Association of Friends of Youth (petra.zega@zpms.si)

The place is called:

Several cities and Ljubljana, capital of Slovenia

Date

1/9/2019

24/6/2020

Add other important experiences or identities

but mostly none of the above

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Review Of Professional Standards For Teaching (Scotland)

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What did we do

In 2017-18 Children in Scotland worked with the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) on The Review Of the Professional Standards for teachers, specifically the section on Values.
The GTCS wanted to put the experiences and views of children and young people at the centre of its review and commissioned us to conduct engagement work with children and young people.

Contact: Elaine Kerridge, Children In Scotland (ekerridge@childreninscotland.org.uk)

The place is called:

Scotland

Date

30/10/2017

31/1/2020

Care ExperiencedNational8-12Living in Poverty13-15Living with ViolenceEducationBlack, Asian or Minority EthnicYoung CarerDisabledLGBTQI

Review Of Professional Standards For Teaching (Scotland)

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What did we do

In 2017-18 Children in Scotland worked with the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) on The Review Of the Professional Standards for teachers, specifically the section on Values.
The GTCS wanted to put the experiences and views of children and young people at the centre of its review and commissioned us to conduct engagement work with children and young people.

Contact: Elaine Kerridge, Children In Scotland (ekerridge@childreninscotland.org.uk)

The place is called:

Scotland

Date

30/10/2017

31/1/2020

Care ExperiencedBetter awarenessNational8-12Living in PovertyLiving with ViolenceBetter service13-15Black, Asian or Minority EthnicBetter law or policyYoung CarerDisabledLGBTQI

Review Of Professional Standards For Teaching (Scotland)

by:

What did we do

In 2017-18 Children in Scotland worked with the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) on The Review Of the Professional Standards for teachers, specifically the section on Values.
The GTCS wanted to put the experiences and views of children and young people at the centre of its review and commissioned us to conduct engagement work with children and young people.

Contact: Elaine Kerridge, Children In Scotland (ekerridge@childreninscotland.org.uk)

The place is called:

Scotland

Date

30/10/2017

31/1/2020

Care ExperiencedUnder 8Living in PovertyNational8-1213-15Living with Violence15-18Black, Asian or Minority EthnicYoung CarerDisabledLGBTQI

The Second Child Rights Report

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What did we do

A participatory project in which almost 3000 children all over Germany as experts shared their opinions, views and evaluation of whether their rights are being respected in their every-day lives. The final report included survey results, many child-led individual projects, drawings and conversations from children in nurseries and was part of the official reporting to the United Nations.

https://www.kinderrechtereport.de/ (English Report can be found there)

Contact: Jonas Deitert, National Coalition Germany (jonas.deitert@netzwerk-kinderrechte.de)

The place is called:

Germany

Date

1/11/2018

30/11/2019

Under 8Care ExperiencedNational8-12Living in Poverty13-15Living with Violence15-18Black, Asian or Minority EthnicYoung CarerDisabledLGBTQIOther

The Second Child Rights Report

by:

What did we do

A participatory project in which almost 3000 children all over Germany as experts shared their opinions, views and evaluation of whether their rights are being respected in their every-day lives. The final report included survey results, many child-led individual projects, drawings and conversations from children in nurseries and was part of the official reporting to the United Nations.

https://www.kinderrechtereport.de/ (English Report can be found there)

Contact: Jonas Deitert, National Coalition Germany (jonas.deitert@netzwerk-kinderrechte.de)

The place is called:

Germany

Date

1/11/2018

30/11/2019

Care ExperiencedUnder 8Living in PovertyBetter awarenessNational8-12Living with Violence13-1515-18Black, Asian or Minority EthnicYoung CarerDisabledLGBTQI

The Second Child Rights Report

by:

What did we do

A participatory project in which almost 3000 children all over Germany as experts shared their opinions, views and evaluation of whether their rights are being respected in their every-day lives. The final report included survey results, many child-led individual projects, drawings and conversations from children in nurseries and was part of the official reporting to the United Nations.

https://www.kinderrechtereport.de/ (English Report can be found there)

Contact: Jonas Deitert, National Coalition Germany (jonas.deitert@netzwerk-kinderrechte.de)

The place is called:

Germany

Date

1/11/2018

30/11/2019