Advocating for and with Children: Six case studies from Save the Children

Six case studies have been selected to highlight and demonstrate the enhancement of children's right to protection through Save the Children's advocacy around the world. These case studies fall within the scope of the Save the Children's priority areas operational in 2011: Children without Appropriate Care (Including Children on the Move), and Child Protection in Emergencies.

The culmination of these case studies revealed a set of elements that led to successful child protection advocacy. These include the meaningful participation of children; development of strong partnerships with governments, civil society, and communities; facilitating community ownership of advocacy activities and ensuring that advocacy activities are firmly grounded on the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Published 2017-12-18

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