Children's participation: the theory and practice of involving young citizens in community development and environmental care
This book introduces the theory and practice of children's participation in sustainable development and its importance for developing democracy and sustainable communities. Detailed case studies are provided from urban and rural, poor and middle class communities from both the North and South. It provides organizing principles, successful models, practical techniques and resources involving young people in environmental projects.
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Childrens Rights and Responsibilities
Childrens Developing Capacity to Participate
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