A Real Part to Play: A resource pack for involving young people in community regeneration
A Real Part to Play follows the evolutionary stages of project development, from planning children and young people's involvement to working with them and evaluating the results of a specific project. It considers the context of involving children and young people in community regeneration and possible problems. It includes examples of good practice, practical tips, checklists, advice and activities. If you are a professional working in community regeneration, or simply want to increase children and young people's involvement in your community, this manual provides inspiration and a starting point for discussion. The material can be modified and developed to make it useful for your community.
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