1945

Listening to children

The journey from where we are today to a world where children’s opinions are routinely sought cannot be made overnight. Like all intellectual journeys, it is a process that depends on acquiring new knowledge, increasing understanding and overcoming fear and resistance. And as the necessary intellectual work is being done and new understandings are being put into practice, new skills will be needed by all those involved – children and adults, families, communities, cities and organizations.

Related Subject(s): Children and Youth
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