This report has explored a diverse range of child participation experiences, which vary in the models, structures and channels used, their outreach methods, and the forms of violence they have addressed. Regardless of the differences between them, they all enable children, adolescents and youth to express their views and opinions to influence decision making and achieve change. What change looks like varies from one experience to another: global approaches have the potential to impact on millions of lives, yet political timetables mean that their achievements are most likely to become more tangible further down the line. Community-based approaches, however, seem to have a more immediate impact.

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