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New OCC Publication: Being Child Centred

May 05, 2016 at 4:54 PM

What does it really mean to be "child-centred"?

*From the Office of the Children's Commissioner*

You may have heard talk recently about making Child, Youth & Family more 'child-centred'.

But what does this actually mean, and how would it look in practice?

We answer these questions in our  publication - Being child-centred.

Ultimately it is about elevating the status of children’s interests, rights, and views in the work of your organisation.

All organisations can make better policies, programmes and decisions by simply elevating the interests of children and taking the time to consider them alongside other factors.

We show how your workplace can practically include the interests and views of children into your work.