Case Studies and Success Stories

Getting it Right for Children: A practitioner’s guide to child rights programming

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Publication year:

2007

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English, Arabic,Spanish

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Format:

pdf (1.4 MiB)

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Publisher:

Save the Children UK

Adopting a child rights-based approach is the most effective way to bring about positive and lasting change for children. Drawing on Save the Children’s experience around the world, this guide provides ideas and tools that will enable development and humanitarian workers to put children and their rights at the centre of their programmes. Written in accessible language, Getting it Right for Children explains how to adapt every stage of the programme cycle so that it works to make children’s rights a reality. It sets out the practical steps you need to take, answers frequently asked questions and addresses real-world constraints and concerns. Case studies throughout show how child rights programming has worked in practice in a variety of settings.

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