Children's participation
Children's participation

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Children's participation

References

Badham, B. and Wade, H. (revised edition 2005) Hear By Right Standards for the Active Involvement of Children and Young People, Leicester and London: National Youth Agency and Local Government Association.
Leverett, S. (2008) ‘Children's participation’ in Foley, P. and Leverett, S. (eds) Connecting with Children: Developing Working Relationships, Bristol: Policy Press.
O'Kane, C. (2000) ‘Development of participatory techniques, facilitating children’s views about decisions which affect them’, in Christensen, P. and James, A. (eds) Research with Children Perspectives and Practice, London: Falmer Press;
Shephard, C. and Treseder, P. (2002) Participation Spice it Up!: Practical tools for engaging children and young people in consultation, Cardiff, Achub y Plant/ Save The Children Fund.
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