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Review of Child Participation in Save the Children Norway's Programme

Save the Children defines Child Participation as the willing involvement and opportunity for all children to express their views and influence decision-making. Child Participation is defined as an essential principle cutting across all programmes and at all levels. This report provides a review of Norad-supported child participation programming across the portfolio of Save the Children Norway. The report has a threefold purpose; to identify strengths and weaknesses in SCN approaches to Child Participation, to assess how Child Participation aligns with SCN programme goals, and to measure the impact of SCN’s work with children and youth. Field work for the review took place in South Sudan, Cambodia and Iraq. 

Published 2018-09-11