Children and young people’s participation
Children and young people’s participation

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Children and young people’s participation

3 Conclusion

In the first decade of the twenty-first century, the children and young people’s agenda was dominated by their participation and its translation into policy and practice. This course has explored some of the main issues and debates, and encouraged you to reflect on your own position. You have considered how theory informs practice and the importance of an integrated approach.

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