Posted Nov 07, 2022


French version of child participation guide

Working in Partnership with Children and Young People on the Move: Strategies and Tools for Meaningful Participation

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Our guide Working in Partnership with Children and Young People on the Move: Strategies and Tools for Meaningful Participation is now available in French*! 

This guide was developed as a collaborative process between the Destination Unknown community and the International Institute for Child Rights and Development (IICRD). 

It incorporates key learning from Destination Unknown members, youth ambassadors and children, and shares theory, good practices, recommendations, and opportunities for growth around meaningfully engaging children and young people on the move. It includes a focus on children aged 8-18, with some adaptation for younger and older children and children with different abilities. 

If you are working with children and young people on the move and keen to learn more about meaningful participation theory and practice and to pick up new skills and tools to help you on your journey as an adult ally, then look no further! 

Read the guide in French

Read the guide in English


*The design of the French version of this guide was made possible with the financial support of the European Union as part of a consortium project led by Terre des Hommes Lausanne and Save the Children - PROTEJEM. The contents remain the entire responsibility of Destination Unknown and does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the European Union.


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