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This publication brings together theoretical approaches and practical experiences from Save the Children’s extensive work to support children’s participation and promote greater accountability to children. Its broad aim is to facilitate learning...

The East and Central Africa Regional Workshop on law reform to prohibit all corporal punishment, held on the 26th to 28th of May 2009 in Nairobi brought together many participants from Save the Children Sweden program staff, partners from Civil...

The positive deviance (PD) approach is an assets-based approach to social and behavior change that identifies solutions to community problems within the community. Its premise is that in every community there are individuals or families whose...

Save the Children Norway undertook a two-year thematic evaluation and documentation of children’s participation in armed conflict, post conflict and peace building (2006-2008) in four countries: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Guatemala, Nepal and Uganda....

In September 2007, 240 girls, boys, young men and young women took part in consultation workshops in the four Ugandan districts of Kitgum, Gulu, Lira and Soroti, to put forward their opinions and ideas about how accountability and reconciliation...

The Global Thematic Evaluation and Documentation of Children’s Participation in Armed Conflict, Post Conflict and peace building is a process-led evaluation which has been carried out over a two year period (2006-2008) in Uganda, Nepal, Guatemala...

A Child Rights Situational Analysis (CRSA) for the Eastern and Central Africa Region commissioned by Save the Children Sweden in early 2008,  focusing on six countries:Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Northern and Southern Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda.  It...

Children and Young People's Peace Album

2008 - Bosnia and Herzegovina, Guatemala, Nepal ...

This Peace Album was made on the initiative of children and young people who were members of Peace Clubs in Northern Uganda. The research and evaluation on children’s participation in armed conflict, post conflict and peace building started in...

In 2008, Clare Feinstein, Annette Giertsen, Dr. Kato Nkimba, Claire O’Kane and Pramila Thapa, submitted this article to the American Journal of Community Psychology, Special issue: Children as protagonists: Participatory action research in...

A follow-up workshop that was sequentially informed by the International Start-up Workshop held in November 2006 in Mukono; the Half Day Introductory Workshop held on December 12, 2007 in Gulu; and the consultation process carried out on February...