This reference material is a tool that consists of a series of activities used to gather information, from children themselves, about their participation in their community.
Un moyen amusant pour les enfants d’en apprendre plus au sujet de leurs droits et de passer à l’action pour devenir des leaders.
A fun way for children to learn about their rights and take action to be leaders. The cards are a set of activity cards that were developed by hundreds of children from across Canada.
Nous jouons un rôle important dans l’intégration des enfants et des jeunes réfugiés (et de leur famille). Vous avez le pouvoir de rendre leurs premières expériences au Canada positives et de les aider à se sentir soutenus et intégrés. Voici quelques suggestions pour aider les enfants et jeunes réfugiés et les nouveaux arrivants à s’adapter […]
This activity was created to celebrate National Child Day and support children in learning more about their rights and about the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Also available in French.
This reference material gives you ways you can support refugee children and youth to adjust and feel included in activities and programs you offer.
This reference material identifies tips and good practices to increase children and youth participation.
Play it Fair! Day is a chance for the children and staff to join in activities that highlight positive values, children’s rights and participation through games and group discussions. It is also a good opportunity to promote your program by inviting parents, members of the community or local press to see what you are doing.
This reference material includes a collection of lessons and good practices for engaging young people in Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and Yemen in the promotion of human rights and children’s rights to work towards implementing recommendations from the Universal Periodic Review in the MENA region.