Children’s resilience, their capacity to adapt to new situations and contexts, has always been an important factor which impacted how children learned, strived and succeeded. However, during the past 18 months of a global pandemic – leading to school closures, job loss and isolation – the crucial role resilience can play in the development of a child has been emphasized even more.
In the past four years, we have learned one lesson over and over again: Children’s work is a complex and multifaceted phenomenon. Its impacts and consequences differ according to the type of work children do,
Child participation in International Development Cooperation – about which importance everyone is talking about but which has not taken of yet in reality. With this booklet we want to strenghten the idea and implementation of ethical child participation in projects, campaigns or advocacy of NGO.
“Let our voices be heard” – Proposals of working children and youth
The Policy Briefing Paper which is published jointly by Time to Talk and Young Lives, aims to incorporate Working Children´s Views in policy interventions: Download here.
With the Lessons Learned Report, we evaluated the whole Time to Talk! project and process – and also the quality of children’s participation.