How to Child Rights

HOW TO CHILD RIGHTS is a series of practical, high quality, tried and tested tools and guidance on new and emerging themes related to children's rights. The purpose of the series is to support effective programming and advocacy for children’s rights across the civil society sector.

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Developed by civil society for civil society, the series offers condensed and essential knowledge for civil society practitioners who wish to strengthen programming and advocacy for and with children, and stay up to date with new developments in children’s rights.

The series is initiated by Save the Children and developed in close collaboration with Child Rights Connect and a broad range of trusted partners.  The series consists of case-studies documenting ways of working that have proved to be innovative and impactful,  step-by step guidance on how to programme in new and evolving areas, and a selection of longer practical guidance on critical issues related to the implementation of children’s rights.

A note on How to Child Right series:  The tools and guidance hosted by the How to Child Rights are not static.  We are looking to continually improve the tools hosted in this series through the active feedback and review of its users (whether internally or externally), and from user’s experience and learnings from implementing these tools.

Partner with us: We look to collaborate with experts and practitioners in the child rights sector to develop new tools and pilot existing tools. Please reach out to us if you have any feedback on the tools, are interested to pilot the tools, or have ideas for a potential collaboration!

If you have any question about the How to Child Rights series or wish to contribute with feedback, content, or funding, please contact us at howtochildrights@rb.se

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Tools Guidance, and Case Studies on How to Advance: :
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Children’s Rights, with Children

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Children’s Rights and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

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Children’s right to a Healthy and Sustainable environment

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Children’s Rights by Holding States to Account

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Webinars & Video resources

If you have missed any of our webinars, please find the video recordings of the sessions below:

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Webinars (recording)

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Definitions, Abbreviations & Frequently Asked Questions
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Definitions of terms used in guidance and case studies

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List of Abbreviations

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Frequently Asked Questions

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How to Advance Children’s Rights using Recommendations from United Nations and Regional Human Rights Monitoring and Review Processes

2022 · Save the Children

International and regional human rights bodies monitor and review progress made on the implementation of human rights treaties on a regular basis and continuously issue... View Full Abstract

How to use the Voluntary National Review to Advance Children’s Rights

2022 · Save the Children

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015.  The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a fundamental part of the 2030... View Full Abstract

How To Write a Child-Friendly Document

2022 · Save the Children

Children have a right to seek and receive information, including about their human rights. If this right is to be implemented in practice, the information that they receive needs... View Full Abstract

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If you have any question about the How to Child Rights series or wish to contribute with feedback, content, or funding, please contact us at howtochildrights@rb.se

Sign me up! Learn about our latest tools and guidance, upcoming webinars, and how you can advance children’s rights in your daily work!

Initiated by Save the Children and developed in close collaboration with:

By: June Lio

Last updated: 2022-07-1

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