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Page 167: Hart, R. (1992) ‘Children’s Participation: From Tokenism to Citizenship’, Florence: UNICEF (Innocenti Research Centre – Innocenti Essay, 4). Reproduced with kind permission of UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre Florence;
Page 170: Fajerman, L. and Treseder, P. (1997) Empowering Children and Young People. Reproduced with kind permission of Save the Children Fund.
Page 193: Kirby, P. and Gibbs, S. (2006) ‘Facilitating participations: adults’ caring support roles within child-to-child projects’, Children & Society, vol. 20, John Wiley and Sons;
Page 197: Shephard and Treseder (2002) ‘Evaluation targets’ in Holford, A. (2002) Participation Spice it up!, Save the Children Fund.
Page 169: JAMES JIM JAMES/PA Archive/PA Photos;
Page 176: Pugh, J. (2003) Cartoon belittling children’s strikes, The Times. NI Syndication Ltd;
Page 176: Martin, S.W. (1972) Cartoon belittling children’s strikes, first published by the Sunday Express, 14 May 1972;
Page 177: Austin, D. (2003) Cartoon about communication and text messaging in the Guardian;
Page 191: © Roger Bamber/Alamy.
We are grateful to Phil Treseder and Pete Duncan for appearing in the interview in Activity 3.
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