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  • Dialogue Works at the FAO Global Solutions Forum
    Agriculture is one of the most dangerous working sectors for children. Young people working in agriculture may face hazardous or physically heavy work. Sometimes their obligations prevent them from going to school. What can be done to improve the situation of working children in agriculture?
  • CAC Diary from Rwanda
    Our partner organisation Children’s Voice Today from Rwanda has documented one of their CAC meetings and the learnings gained in the process in this amazing video. It illustrates how clearly working children can state what work is acceptable or even positive to them, and what they do not want to do. When working children’s views are taken into account, it contributes to their protection and well-being.
  • Participation & Resilience
    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.
  • Dialogue Works at the UN General Assembly
    How does the COVID-19 pandemic affect the lives of children across the world? And which effects does it have on violence against children in particular? These were the main questions addressed in a High-level Side Event hosted by the Un Special Representative on Violence against Children Dr. Najat M. M’jid in the 76th UN General Assembly on 22 September 2021.
  • Ready, Set, Go! – Because Dialogue Works
    Now that Time to Talk has come to an end, we are pleased to annouce what’s next! Learn all about our new project!
  • Global Study: Effects of COVID-19 on Working Children
    The global COVID-19 pandemic has affected the lives of working children and their families enormously . This shows the results from a participatory research in six countries done by Kindernothilfe.
  • Looking back at 4 years It’s Time to Talk!
    Four years have passed since Time to Talk started in 2016 – and what a long way we have come! What started in 2016 as a bold idea of a global consultation of working children has become so much more than that.
  • Gender Differences in Children’s Work
    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,
  • C20: messages to governments & civil society
    C20 panel discusion: “Let Our Voices Be Heard: Working Children’s Perspective on Local and Global Matters” 
  • Time to Talk! at the Civil Society Summit 2020
    Time to Talk! will host a panel discussion during the virtual Civil Society Summit 2020. Four Children Advisory Comittee delegates from Kenya and Bangladesh will share there experience and suggestions in a session called “Let our voices be heard: Working children perspectives on local and global matters”.
  • Lebanon: “Working children are still children”
    The messages of the Children Advisory Comittee members at AMURT Lebanon are spread all over Chouf district in Lebanon on billboards.
  • “We have very limited choices of what food to eat because of Covid.”
    Key highlights from exploratory research on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the lives of Working Children and their Families
  • When children take the lead
    Time to Talk! is part of the latest publication of the Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children. The report “When children take the lead” contents 10 examples of participatory approaches to tackle violence.
  • World Day against Child Labour 2020
    Today is just one day – however, child labour has countless different faces. And you have to talk to each and every one of them to design sustainable and effective policy interventions that contribute to the sustainable eradication of child labour.
  • Indonesia: COVID-19 consequences for working children
    Due to the lockdown regulations in Medan, the local Children Advisory Comittee (CAC) met online to discuss challenges arising due to COVID-19 pandemic.
  • SDG 8.7: Kindernothilfe and terre des hommes partner with Alliance 8.7
    The Steering Comittee Organizations Kindernothilfe and terre des hommes are both members of Alliance 8.7. Alliance 8.7 consists of partners from around the world working together to achieve SDG Target 8.7. Partnership is open to various stakeholder groups and networks.
  • Peru: “Let us be happy”
    The Children Advisory Comittee in Peru created a theater play tfor their advocacy action to raise awareness on their needs to be happy. With the help from our partner organization CESIP and a professional theater teacher eight girls and six boys taged a play called: “Dejénnos ser felices” – “Let us be happy”.
  • Ethiopia: Thinking of children is the first step of thinking of development
    Advocacy Action of the Children Advisory Committee (CAC) in Tachabi Kebele (Sinan district) Situation analysis with the “problem tree” For the children in Tachabi Kebele, Child Labour was the most prioritized issue affecting them. In their points of view, the problem is caused by parents who consider children as a source of income.
  • Bolivia: Carnival March against Violence
    Children at Carnival: “Without abuse we have a better life!” In Bolivia the Children Advisory Committee Members joint the local Carnival Festival and spread their messages about ending violence against children.
  • Nepal: Children Workshops on Child Labour
    On behalf of the Child Labour Orientation Day on the 30th of July 2019, the Children Advisory Commitee(CAC) CWISH carried out advocacy workshops in various schools.  On behalf of the Child Labour Orientation Day on the 30th of July 2019, the Children Advisory Commitee(CAC) CWISH carried out advocacy workshops in various schools. 
  • Philippines: Time to Talk! live on the radio
    On the World Day against Child Labour three members of the same group  were invited to vitsit the radio station. Justine Regasa, Vea delos Santos and Justine delos Santos shared their struggles as child laborers.
  • Kenya – Walk against Child Labour
    Children Advisory Committee members in Kenya organised a march against Child Labour. They invited important stakeholders to share their messages.
  • Peru: A Call for Love, Respect and Protection
    Awareness raising meetings with parents and professors
  • Zambia: “If We Work Together We Can Build A Better Future”
    Our Partner Organization JCM performed their theme song “If We Work Together We Can Build A Better Future” to parents and politicians
  • Getting ready for the journey of child participation
    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.
  • “We need quality skill based and relevant education!”
    “Let our voices be heard” – Proposals of working children and youth
  • T2T Delegates gave Speech about working children
    Katherina from Peru and Jed from the Philippines gave  an emotional, convincing and inspiring speech about children´s work at the 30 Years anniversary celebrations by the German Ministry for Economic Development and Cooperation on 28th November 2019.
  • Study: German Government must fight child labor more decisively
    Germany can and must do more to combat exploitative child labour worldwide. In particular, there is a need for legal regulation of the human rights due diligence obligations of German companies.
  • Berlin: “Listen to our Voices and respect our rights!”
    On the occasion of the 30 Years anniversary of the UN-Child Rights Convention the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Delevopment invited two Time to Talk!-Delegates to speak about their lives as child workers.
  • Kenya: Celebration of the International Youth Day
      Our Partner Organisation WCY (Welfare for Children and Youth) celebrated the International Youth Day
  • Policy Briefing Paper
    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.
  • Diversity of children’s working realities
    Children’s working realities are very diverse and it is crucial to approach children in a wider socio-ecological framework. 
  • How to measure the quality of children’s participation
    With the Lessons Learned Report, we evaluated the whole Time to Talk! project and process – and also the quality of children’s participation.
  • Joining Forces Report: Talking to Working Children
    Time to Talk! is highlighted as a case example in a report published by the alliance Joining Forces on the 30 year anniversary of the UN CRC in 2019.
  • India: A ride for child rights
    Our partner in India “PARA – People’s Action for Rural Awakening” organized a Bike rally to raise awareness for the support of working children.
  • Kenya: “Children shouldn’t work in fields, but on dreams!”
    Our partner organization in Kenya “Action for children in crisis (AfCiC )” celebrated the World Day Against Child Labour on 12th of June 2019! 
  • World Day against Child Labour in Iraq
    In order to raise awareness for the World Day against Child Labour ThD Italy organized five events at Debaga Camp in Iraq to inform about child labour and its consequences in a playful but informative way.
  • New Publication: Lessons Learned and validation process
    It´s Time to Talk – Children´s Views on Children´s Views: Lessons Learned.
  • Indonesia: “It’s time to talk about ending Child labour!”
    A Banner for commitment Our Time to Talk! partner PKPA in Indonesia shared great pictures of CAC members designing a banner.  It was created by a group of 30 children, who all drew  a poster that was later transfered onto the banner.
  • Regional Workshops in Nepal, Zambia, Peru and Kosovo
    To start the second phase of the Time to Talk! project four regional workshops took place in Nepal, Zambia, Peru and Kosovo. All 25 partners of the Time to Talk! 2019 came together and tried out the new Toolkit II.
  • Time to Talk! goes into a Second Project Phase
    Time flies and initially the Time to Talk! project was planned to end 2018 with the publication of our (upcoming) Validation & Lessons Learned Report.Through our participatory feedback mechanisms the Time to Talk! consultants were able to capture the advances, challenges and problem we faced during the last two years of Time to Talk!
  • Nepal: “Listen to our voices!”
    CAC-Members in Nepal share their messages with goverment officials
  • Video Statement of Time to Talk!-representatives Kesia & Fauza
    Feedback-Video of Time to Talk!-representatives about the Global Child Forum 2018
  • The results of the #CLCONF “Simply Explained”
    “Simply Explained” – the results of the Global Conference on the Sustained Eradication of Child Labour explained child-friendly
  • Video from the Global Child Forum
    Impressions from the Global Child Forum 2018 “Isn’t it logical that we include children in what we decide today? They have to live with the consequences.” H.R.H. Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands demanded the inclusion of children in all matters affecting them.
  • CAC Questions at Global Child Forum
    Questions posed by youth representatives to businesses attending the Global Child Forum
  • Global Child Forum: Press release
    Visit of the Time to Talk!-Team and our children’s delegates at the GCF 2018
  • Global Child Forum: Speech of working children
    “It’s Time to Talk! – The engagement of all people to improve the lives of working children”
  • Our Children’s Delegation for the Global Child Forum 2018
    Fact sheet of our Children’s Delegation for the Global Child Forum 2018
  • Time to Talk! at the Global Child Forum 2018
    Time to Talk!-Team and a children delegation at the Global Child Forum 2018
  • Children’s Likes/Dislikes About Their Work
      Children Describe the Two Sides of Working
  • What kind of work do children do?
    Children Describe Their Work: The “It’s Time to Talk! – Children’s Views on Children’s Work” campaign asked over 1,800 children in consultations in 36 countries what their day looks like.
  • What Can Others Do For Working Children?
    Working Children Call for Action by Different Groups of People.
  • Time to Talk! at the #CLCONF 2017
    Time to Talk! at the Global Conference on the Sustained Eradication of Child Labour 2017
  • Time to Talk! Report online
    Find here the Time to Talk! Report in all language versions
  • Press Release: Working children call for their rights
    (Buenos Aires / Duisburg / Osnabrück, 14.11.2017) Children from 36 countries around the world raise their voice against exploitation and urgently ask for policies ensuring their rights. They took part in the campaign “It’s Time to Talk! – Children’s Views on Children’s Work” run by the children’s rights organizations Kindernothilfe and the International Federation of Terre des Hommes and presented the results at the IV Global Conference on Child Labour in Argentina today.
  • Time to Talk! Research Toolkits
    The Time to Talk! Research toolkit was developed to provide the implementing civil society organisations with a practical guide to the participatory research. It was used for capacity building and allowed the research to be primarily qualitative and exploratory.
  • Side Event Invitation
    IV Global Conference on the Sustained Eradication of Child Labour – Time to Talk! Side Event
  • Local Advocacy Guide
    Time to Talk! – Local Advocacy Guide. The Time to Talk! local Avocacy Guide is to be used for the launch of the main findings of the Time to Talk!-Project at local and national level!
  • World Children´s Day 2017: Give Children a Voice
    Participants of a consultation in Tanzania drawing a Body Map. This research method of the Time to Talk toolkit is for sharing likes and dislikes about the child´s work. Time to Talk welcomes the choice of this year´s world children´s day theme “Give children a voice” and the demand for supporting particpation of children within political and social debates
  • Introduction to “It’s Time to Talk!”
    Our campaign “It’s Time to Talk! – Children’s Views on Children’s Work” incorporates numerous international organisations, different stakeholders and individuals all campaigning to ensure that working children and young people all around the globe have a voice.