publication • Friday, March 10th 2017
Child-led Mobilisation: A participatory approach to engage children and young people in mobilising to end violence against children
Child-led mobilisation is an approach that aims to empower, engage and equip children and young people to take action toward social change in their communities and countries through activism and social movements in order to challenge unfair policies, practices or attitudes that affect children and young people. Child-led mobilisation offers new spaces and opportunities for children and young people to act as key social actors through inclusion and active citizenship by taking public action to achieve their collective goals.
For further information, please contact Patricio Cuevas-Parra, Senior Policy Adviser for Child Participation and Rights. Patricio_Cuevas-Parra [at] wvi [dot] org