The training toolkit
Welcome to information and excersices
The law – UNCRC, General Comments and application in practice
The purpose of the exercises is for participants to explore how a commitment to human rights means a commitment to equality and vice versa and to consider these issues through the lens of the situations of other people. The exercise aims to demonstrate how choices or a lack of them form a pattern in society.
Challenges and possibilities
The purpose of the following exercises is for participants to consider what is already going good in ensuring participation of young children. Reflecting on their own practice and already received feedback. Considering current work with a child, analyse what’s making this good practices.To think about how and in what ways they, their teams and their organisations can turn obstacles into opportunities and break down the wall!
The purpose of the following exercises is for participants to begin to think about what social participation is, and its underlying principles and to identify the links with children’s participation rights as defined in the UNCRC. To identify the processes and skills that underpin social participation projects and to identify the links to children’s participation rights as defined in the UNCRC. To hear about successful social participation projects for reflecting on inspiring practice.
Methods and tools
The purpose of the exercises is for participants to reflect on the methods and approaches for collaborating with young children. To explore their experiences of collaborating with young children using various methods and approaches. To encourage participants to define and design outdoor methods and activities. To develop skills in creating dialogue with children.