This book showcases rights based participatory approaches to policy-making, practice and research with children and youth.
The Tusla Child and Youth Participation Toolkit is a ‘quick reference’ document to support skilled practice both within both Tusla and funded agencies.
A practical guide to helping children and young people take part in decision making. Children and young people are a great resource in our community.
This guide is being launched on the same day as the Government’s firstNational Strategy on Children and Young People’s Participation in Decision- Making.
The Comhairle na nÓg Toolkit has been developed by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA) Citizen Participation Unit.
In the summer of 2020, the Department of Children and Youth Affairs, working with the Department of Health and the youth sector, collaborated with SpunOut.ie
There has been an increasing focus on developing policy in the area of after-school care in Ireland in the past two years.
Report of Consultations With Young People Concerning Harmful Internet Communications Including Cyber Bullying
This Report forms part of the Commission’s Fourth Programme of Law Reform. It arises against the reality that we live in a truly interconnected digital and online world.
Children’s Human Rights to ‘Participation’ and ‘Protection’: Rethinking the Relationship Using Barnahus as a Case Example
The relationship between children’s human rights to protection and to what is commonly referred to as ‘participation’ has received significant attention
The Voice of the Infant Best Practice Guidelines and Infant Pledge have been coproduced by a short-life working group.