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Listening2Kids online guide launched

November 19, 2015 at 2:52 PM

Listening2Kids online guide launched


A new online guide for those wanting to gather and use the voices of children and young people is now available.


Listening2Kids was developed by the Office of the Children's Commissioner (OCC) and provides practical advice and tips on how to do it well and why it is important.

The guide also outlines six different methods organisations can use for gathering the voices of children - including focus groups, artistic methods and child-led tours.

Aimed at government organisations developing policy that may impact on children, the guide will also be useful to other organisations that wish to involve children in their decisions about policies and services.

Check it out here.