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The Role of Community Members in the Promotion of Child Friendly Schools: The Case of Malemia and Domasi Government Primary Schools

Final Project Report, Batch 18, Malawi
Author: Valentino Zimpita, Chimwemwe Kalalo and Davie Kaambankadzanja

The Role of School Management Committees in Creating a Conducive School Environment through CRC

Final Project Report, Batch 17, Uganda.
Authors: Nansubuga Mercy Sharon, Grace Baguma and Jerome Magimbi

The Student at school- The case of Epc Anexa ao IFP

Final Project Report, Batch 7, Mozambique.
Authors: Mr Joao Assale, Mr Mathias Parruque, Ms Virginia Gomane.

The three P’s appropriateness as basic elements of human development in the school community

Final Project Report from Batch 20, Colombia.
Authors: Rodríguez, Armando Calderón; Montaño, Julián Ernesto Castro; Duarte, Eliana Garzón.

The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child - website

The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child The Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC) is the body of 18 Independent experts that monitors implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child by its State parties.http://www.ohchr.org/EN/HRBodies/CRC/Pages/CRCIndex.aspx

Three Change Agents' Space of Action: A Case Study at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda.

Grahn, Josefin and Sunesson, Anna (2013) Three Change Agents' Space of Action: A Case Study at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. Department of Sociology, Division of Education.
Type: Bachelor thesis.

To Create a Platform for the School Councils and Prefecture Bodies to Work in Harmony in Three Schools on the Copperbelt Province

Final Project Report from Batch 18, Zambia.
Authors: Changwe; Terry; Mwale, Misozi; Hankope Mwamba, Shelly.

To raise awareness of CRC by involving parents in issues of provision and participation in education

Final Project Report, Batch 20, Mozambique.
Authors: Alexandre Filipe Senda, Ercilia Natalia Gune, Samuel Menezes Boque

Training of Head teachers and Teachers in practising Child Rights in three Districts of Lukasa Province

Final Project Report from Batch 21, Zambia.
Authors: Natala Matongo, Levy; Akushanga, Ing’utu; Mutale, Harriet.

Transforming schools through the Convention of Rights of the Child in Namibia: a case study at Andreas Haingura Kandjimi Primary School in the Kavango East Region

Final Project Report from Batch 3, Namibia.
Authors:

Tuelimishane (Let us Educate Each Other) in Primary Schools

Final Project Report from Batch 10, Tanzania.
Authors: Johanes Kayombo, Adrehemu; Mtemi Zombwe, Gervas; Chinguwile, Sylivia.

Ugandan Teachers’ Training College People’s Perceptions of Children Rights to Participation. An Interview Study.

Jaegers, Alexandra (2012) Ugandan Teachers’ Training College People’s Perceptions of Children Rights to Participation. An Interview Study. Department of Sociology, Division of Education.
Type: Bachelor thesis.

Understanding Children’s Rights to bring about Change in Educational Settings in Colombia

Final Project Report from Batch 11, Colombia.
Authors: Barragan, Marcela Falla; Torres, Claudia; Nanwani, Sanjay.

UNICEF 25 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child - webpage

UNICEF (2016) 25 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. https://www.unicef.org/publications/index_76027.html

Unicef Global Research - webpage

Global Research Research is fundamental to UNICEF’s mission. The struggle to safeguard the rights of all children in all circumstances can only succeed when supported by the most reliable evidence and the latest knowledge. The Office of Research – Innocenti - is UNICEF’s dedicated research centre. Its core mandate is to undertake cutting-edge, policy-relevant research that equips the organization and the wider global community to deliver results for children. To achieve its mandate UNICEF Innocenti must work closely with all parts of its parent organization as well as a wide array of external academic and research institutions. Innocenti’s research seeks to inform policy, guide action and also to challenge assumptions. https://www.unicef-irc.org/

Unicef Inclusive Education - webpage

Inclusive Education The democratic and human rights-based intent of Inclusive Education is defined in the Salamanca Statement and represented in the 'recognition of the need to work towards 'schools for all' - institutions which include everybody, celebrate differences, support learning, and respond to individual needs'. A commitment to this approach is central to UNICEF's work in the region. https://www.unicef.org/eca/education_18613.html

UNICEF Reimagine the future - webpage

UNICEF (2015). Reimagine the future. THE STATE OF THE WORLD’S Children. http://sowc2015.unicef.org/www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/sdgoverview/post-2015-development-agenda.html

Walking with awareness and knowledge on Child Rights: A case study on bullying at Okahandja Senior Secondary in Otjozondjupa Region.

Final Project Report from Batch 14, Namibia.
Authors: April, Roderick; Coetzer, Hennie; Shilamba, Peggy.