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A CASE STUDY REPORTON IMPLEMENTING THE CRC AT CHILD FRIENDLY SCHOOLS IN KULUN BANNER/COUNTY IN INNER MONGOLIA

Final Project Report, Batch 1, China.
Authors: SUN BAIJUN PAN JUNQIANG LI HONG

A Handbook of Children and Young People’s Participation Perspectives from theory and practice.

Barry Percy-Smith & Nigel Thomas (eds) (2013).

A Human Rights-Based Approach to EDUCATION FOR ALL – A framework for the realization of children’s right to education and rights within education.
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UNICEF (2007). A Human Rights-Based Approach to EDUCATION FOR ALL – A framework for the realization of children’s right to education and rights within education. https://www.unicef.org/publications/index_42104.html.

A Minor Field Study on Student Participation through Class and School Councils in Copperbelt Province, Zambia.

Ammitzböll, Sandra & Hall, Charlotta. (2011): A Minor Field Study on Student Participation through Class and School Councils in Copperbelt Province, Zambia. Lund University: School of Social Work.
Type: Bachelor thesis.

A Study on the Implementation of the Convention On the Rights of the Child (CRC) in Malawian Primary Schools

Final Project Report, Batch 05, Malawi
Author: Andrew Chipanga, Darles Mbewe, Prince Moyo

Accountability For Children’s Rights

The Human Rights Unit within the Programme Division of UNICEF commissioned this working paper on accountability for children’s rights, and convened a two-day workshop in March 2014, bringing together social accountability researchers, practitioners and child rights experts to discuss how civil society engagement can help accelerate results for children by holding governments accountable. This paper focuses on social accountability and its potential to achieve results and equity for children, as experiences are emerging that show its benefits to governance, citizenship and development outcomes. It also outlines how social accountability can help engage children and adolescents meaningfully in matters that affect them and their communities.

AHIMSA at Child Rights Schools – Child Friendly Schools

Final Project Report, Batch 3, India
Author: Preetha Bhakta, Nalini Juneja, Mathew Zacharias

Awareness Creation and Strengthening of Child Rights Clubs

Final Project Report, Batch 9, Ethiopia.
Authors: Mr. Teferi Belew, Mrs. Bruknesh Argaw, Mr. Bisrat Ashebo.

Build up child-friendly learning environment by improving teachers and students’ communication based on the Rights to Participation and Protection in CRC

Final Project Report, Batch 15, Vietnam
Authors: Ms Dinh Kim Phuong, Mr Tran Si Thy, Ms Bach Linh Trang

Building Learner’s Empathy through Child-Friendly Realistic Learning Approach (CFRLA), a CRC Project in Surakarta

Final Project Report, Batch 17, Indonesia
Author: Aryati Prasetyarini, Nining Setyaningsih, Mohammad Ali

Change Agents and Change of Norms: International Experiences on Training in UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in Schools

Wickenberg, P. & Leo, U. (2014) Change Agents and Change of Norms: International Experiences on Training in UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in Schools. CICE Hiroshima University, Journal of International Cooperation in Education, Vol.16 No.2 (2014) pp.105 - 120.

Changing the Leadership Role in Implementing the Child Rights in Selected Schools of Bole Sub city, Addis Ababa

Final Project Report, Batch 13, Ethiopia.
Authors: Dilamo Otore, Roman Tesfaye and Daniel Mekonnen

Child Based Education Increasing Learner Participation in Creating Child Friendly Schools in the Rukungiri District

Final Project Report, Batch 7, Uganda.
Authors: John Wilson Tereraho – Peace Atamba – Justine Tumweboreine

Child Friendly Cities - webpage

Child Friendly Cities A child friendly city is the embodiment of the Convention on the Rights of the Child at the local level, which in practice means that children’s rights are reflected in policies, laws, programmes and budgets. In a child friendly city, children are active agents; their voices and opinions are taken into consideration and influence decision making processes. http://childfriendlycities.org/

Child Right Cell for the Child Right Based Schools in the Districts of Mlappuram and Kozhiode of Kerala

Final Project Report, Batch 11, India
Author: Valsala KK, Mohammed Haris, Dr. Abdul Gafoor.P.K

Child-friendly Schools Manual.

UNICEF (2009). Child-friendly Schools Manual. https://www.unicef.org/publications/files/Child_Friendly_Schools_Manual_EN_040809.pdf

Creating a Child Friendly Environment and Developing the Teaching Learning Process by Using the CRC in the Kimbulapitiya Maha Vidyalaya of the Western Province in Sri Lanka

Final Project Report, Batch 5, Sri Lanka
Author: W.A.Wijethunga, N.A.T.P.Kulathilake, Dishanthini Thiyageshwaran

Creating a Child- Friendly School and enhancing Child: Centered English Language Classrooms

Final Project Report, Batch 20, Sri Lanka
Author: W.M.S.P. Jayaratne, Sidath Wipularatne, and Indra Vithanachchi

Creating a child-friendly environment in community and classroom in Cong Chinh commune, Nong Cong District, Thanh Hoa province

Final Project Report, Batch 3, Vietnam
Authors:

Creating Child Friendly Schools

Final Project Report, Batch 7, Ethiopia.
Authors: Adham Duri - Bezabih Bariza

Creation on Awareness on Child Rights and Responsibilities to Trainer of Trainers in Teacher Education

Final Project Report from Batch 3, Tanzania.
Authors: Mumba, Honorina; Mwangamila, Joseph G.; Tunzo Kassembe, Rehema.

CRIN (Child Rights International Network) - website

CRIN (Child Rights International Network) https://www.crin.org/en/home/about CRIN is a global children’s rights advocacy network. Established in 1995, we press for rights - not charity - and campaign for a genuine shift in how governments and societies view and treat children. It links to nearly 3,000 organisations that between them work on children’s rights in every country in the world and rely on our publications, research and information sharing. https://www.unicef.org/eca/education_18613.html https://www.unicef.org/eca/education_18613.html

Deepening understanding of democracy and democratic participation in South African Schools in the context of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Final Project Report from Batch 5, South Africa.
Authors: Dyer, Claire; Masinga, Nokuzola; Ndlovu, Sipho.

Developing a Child-Friendly Classroom
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Ghana Teacher Training Videos by Sesame Workshop

Education for All: Enhancing the opportunities of San Children at Martin Ndumba Combined School in, Kavango East Region

Final Project Report from Batch 11, Namibia.
Authors: Ngalangi, Naftal S.; Mpareke, Florinus; Kambonbe, Eveline.

Effective use of Children’s Council in Schools A pilot intervention programme in Cairo, Egypt Final Report

Advanced International Training Programme on Child Rights, Classroom and School Management
Final Project Report, Batch 3, Egypt
Author: Ms Wafaa Dawood, Ms Samah Hassan, Ms Madiha Abdelslam

Empowering Student Organization (OSIS) for Child-Friendly School Management

Final Project Report, Batch 19, Indonesia
Author: Muhammad Thoyibi, Dewi Candraningrum and Muhammad Amir Zubaidi

Empowering Students’ Participation

Advanced International Training Programme on Child Rights, Classroom and School Management
Final Project Report, Batch 10, Egypt
Author: Dr. Walid Yasin, Mrs. Tahany Shemeis, Mr. Mohamed Hamed

Empowerment of Child Rights in three High School settings on the Copperbelt Province of Zambia

Final Project Report from Batch 7, Zambia.
Authors: Chisanga, Tabeth; Chikalekale, Florence; Banda, Mathias.

Enabling Children Become Decision Makers Through Participation. Child Friendly Schools – PPTA and School Parliaments

Final Project Report, Batch 6, India
Author: Indira Indiramandiram, Sivaraman O. Ombalamurikkal and Sivadasan Elaikkara Pathaya

Encourage democratic learner participation in three schools around Phillipolis with the intention of addressing corporal punishment in the context of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Final Project Report from Batch 11, South Africa.
Authors: Matsaneng, Rapuleng; Engelbrecht, Rodney; Seane, Mamaipato.

Enforcing Child Rights Globally

Experiences and Reflections from the International Training Programme on Child Rights, Classroom and School Management - ULF LEO, EMMA ALFREDSSON, LENA ANDERSSON, AGNETA W FLINCK, BODIL RASMUSSON AND PER WICKENBERG (EDS.) This book contains presentations and reflections based on the Impact and Dissemination Seminar held in June 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand with 160 participants from the Child Rights, Classroom and School Management programme of batches 8-14. A batch consists of 30 participants representing 10 countries in teams of three. Lund University has offered the programme since 2003, and it is an Advanced International Training Programme funded by Sida (The Swedish International Development and Cooperation Agency).

Enhancing a Child- friendly Learning Teaching Process Computer Assisted and Activity Based Approach

Final Project Report, Batch 19, Sri Lanka
Author: P.G.Saman Piyasiri, H. Udeni Kanthi Anoma and W.M.W.S.Pushpika Gunarathne

Enhancing Child Participation in Schools

Final Project Report, Batch 18, Egypt
Author: Hossam Samy, Noha Ekram and Yara Shokry

Enhancing Child Right Interventions by Reinforcing Cocurricular Activities in Ethiopia Tikdem Primary School of Hawassa City Administration, Ethiopia

Final Project Report, Batch 18, Ethiopia.
Authors: Ato Geremew Sime, Ato Tarekegn Sacato and Zelalem Bogale

Enhancing Child Rights in Schools through empowering Student Leadership

Final Project Report, Batch 8, Uganda.
Authors: Ms Aida Nyenje Lubwama, Dr, Livingstone Ddungu, Dr. Charles Wakoko Masaba

Enhancing Children and Adolescents Rights

Final Project Report from Batch 6, Colombia.
Authors: Velásquez, Graciela Maria; Aragon, Hector Orlando; Ossa, Angela Calle

Enhancing tutors’/Teachers’ Competence in Use of Rights Based Pedagogy to Promote the Children’s Right of Participation

Final Project Report, Batch 18, Uganda.
Authors: Edward Mugeere, Vincent Elungat and Caroline Nakidde Kavuma

Ensuring Children’s and Parents’ Participation in Class and School Activities

Final Project Report, Batch 9, India
Author: Pushpa Mathew, Gracy T.J, George Joseph

Evaluate the Primary & Kindergarten Teacher’s Performance, In Light of Child Rights Convention, CRC

Final Project Report, Batch 12, Egypt
Author: Saad Mohamed Gouda Maghrabi, Reham Zein El Gebaly and Hosam Samir Omar

Focusing on provision regarding children’s rights at Tuguva Combined School in Kavango West Region

Final Project Report from Batch 9, Namibia.
Authors: Sikongo, Jacobs. M; Mbundu, Markus. M; Likoro, Elisabeth. N.

Generating a Child Rights Classroom Culture through Cross-Curricular Materials that Foster Critical Thinking

Final Project Report from Batch 13, Colombia.
Authors: Pardo, Astrid Núñez; Guerrero, Jazmín Olivia; Reyes, Juan Carlos.

Giving Wings to Children´s Dreams, Implementation of CRC in a Primary School

Final Project Report, Batch 12, Vietnam
Authors: Tam Nguyen Huu, Phuong Hoang Minh and Khanh Le Ngoc Tuong

Global Initiative to end all Corporal Punishment of Children - website

Global Initiative to end all Corporal Punishment of Children The Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children promotes universal prohibition and elimination of corporal punishment. Supporters of this aim include UNICEF, UNESCO and many international and national organisations and prominent individuals. This website contains detailed individual reports on the legality and prevalence of violent punishment in each state and territory in the world, global and regional tables of progress towards prohibition in all settings, information on the human rights imperative to prohibit all corporal punishment, guidance on achieving prohibition, summaries of research on the issue and more. http://www.endcorporalpunishment.org/

GRADUALLY BRIDGING EDUCATION GAP TO GIVE UNDERPRIVILEGED CHILDREN CHANCES OF QUALITY EDUCATION

Final Project Report, Batch 10, Vietnam
Authors: Vu Thi My Hanh, Nguyen Cao Long, Hoang Truong Giang

Implementation Handbook for the Convention on the Rights of the Child. UNICEF Publications.

UNICEF/UNESCO Hodgkin,Rachel & Newell, Peter (2007). Implementation Handbook for the Convention on the Rights of the Child. UNICEF Publications.

Implementation of Child Rights in Schools: A Pilot Project in Kabale Zone, Mpika District, Zambia

Final Project Report from Batch 2, Zambia.
Authors: Mutale Mwila, Theresa; Mfula, Samuel; Mutale, Raidon.

Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Schools in Malawi: A Pilot Study in Zomba with a Focus on Corporal and Humiliating Punishment

Final Project Report, Batch 3, Malawi
Author: Martin Nthenda, Ibrahim Nthalika and Lucia Chidalengwa

Implementing the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Viet Nam: Dinh Tien Hoang Primary School – a Pilot Work on CRC

Final Project Report, Batch 17, Vietnam
Authors: Huynh Thi Kim Trang, Mai Thi Ngoc Lan, Pham Hung Dung

Improving Students’ Protection and Participation Through Child Friendly Classroom Management

Final Project Report, Batch 15, Indonesia
Author: Endang Fauziati, Nur Hidayat, Joko Riyanto

Integrating Child Rights Content (3Ps) in the Teacher Education Curriculum, Particularly Professional Subjects

Final Project Report from Batch 17, Tanzania.
Authors: Mrimi, Basiliana Caroli; Ekerege, Fundikira Justine; Sungu, Philipo Raphael.

Integrating Child Rights education and practice in Shimoni Demonstration Primary School, East Kololo Primary School and Shimoni Primary Teachers College Kampala and Wakiso Districts

Final Project Report, Batch 20, Uganda.
Authors: Ssemakula Henry, Nabende Phyllis Chellangat, and Nanyondo Marion Bujaasi

Kerala's Real Story in Ensuring Child Rights

Kerala's Real Story in Ensuring Child Rights: Documentation of the work done by the Kerala Network of CRC Change Agents
Editorial Board: George Joseph (Chief Editor), Gopakumar T.V, Mohandas E.P, Mathew Zacharias
Publishers: The Kerala Network of CRC Change Agents,Muriankary, C.H. Colony, Chevarambalam, Kozhikode-670317

Knowledge transfer processes within “Child rights, classroom and school management”. Factors affecting the knowledge transfer processes on an individual- group- and organizational level

Girdea, Andreea (2014) Knowledge transfer processes within “Child rights, classroom and school management”. Factors affecting the knowledge transfer processes on an individual- group- and organizational level: Lund University: Department of Sociology, Division of Education.
Type: Master thesis.

Listen to our Voices: An Open Space to Children's Participation

Final Project Report from Batch 4, Colombia.
Authors: Trujillo, Alejandra; Guaqueta, Camilo; Rubiano Ines, Clara.

Literacy as a Means of Enhancing Child Rights (Improving Learners’ Literacy in Primary Schools through Learner Participation in the Development of Literacy Materials in Uganda)

Final Project Report, Batch 13, Uganda
Authors: Resty Nantaba Muziribi, Jane Patricia Nambalirwa and Anthony Mugagga Muwagga

Mainstreaming Child Right In Primary Schools of South Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' Regional State (SNNPRS), Ethiopia

Final Project Report, Batch 10, Ethiopia.
Authors: Damenech Chaffo, Haile Dolango and Hassen Abidu.

Mainstreming Child Right Convention (CRC) in Creating Learning Communities for Children (CLLC) Program- In Primary School of Central Java Province-Indonesia

Final Project Report, Batch 4, Indonesia
Author: Tukiman Taruna Sayoga, Sri Kurnianingsih

MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR CHILDREN: Enhancing Awareness on Child Frights in Teaching Career

Final Project Report, Batch 10, Sri Lanka
Author: Dr.JMKB Hajarjhan, Mr.Lal Disanayake, Mrs.Sunimaali Gunathilake

Need for Lunch for all Primary-Going Children. A case of four schools in Nsangi sub-county-Wakiso District

Final Project Report, Batch 11, Uganda
Authors: Ssenkusu Peter, Ssentongo Ben, Namata Betty

Parental Participation in the Child Education: A pilot study at Etunda Combined School in Omusati Region

Final Project Report from Batch 21, Namibia.
Authors: Amutenya, Martha; Kavila, Simeon; Modestus, Evaristus.

Participation of a Child in Developing School Environment in Secondary Schools through Gardening

Final Project Report from Batch 4, Tanzania.
Authors: Anyigulile, Daudi; Manyahi, Jerome; Rugaitika, Alistidia.

Participation, Provision and Protection of the Child. Assessment of Awareness at School Level: The Case of Sakata Primary, Domasi Demonstration Secondary and Primary Schools, Zomba, Malawi

Final Project Report, Batch 4, Malawi
Author: Gilbert Phiri, Misheck Munthali, Florie Chagwira

POSCID – Participation Of School Children In Decisions

Final Project Report, Batch 14, India
Author: Baby George, P. D. Francis and K. M. Marykutty

Promoting child participation in school environment

Final Project Report, Batch 14, Egypt
Author: Ghada Attia, Enas El Shiekh and Usama Abou El Enien

Promoting child rights in schools through involvement of learners, head teachers, teachers and the community

Final Project Report, Batch 21, Malawi
Author: Dorothy Mzungu Jirani, Annie. S. Nyangulu, and Bennet Kapinda

Promoting the Right of Child Participation in Schools to Enhance Quality Education

Final Project Report from Batch 19, Tanzania.
Authors: Chacha, Juliana Laurent; Moshi, Nicholas; Missani, Benedict M.

Promotion of Child rights Approaches to Education with Particular Emphasis on Child Participation in Selected Schools in Kampala and Mityana Districts

Final Project Report, Batch 6, Uganda.
Authors: Mukasa George Stephen – Merab Kariisa - Hannington Senogaa Majwala

Raising Awareness about the Convention on the Rights of the Child and improving the quality of Education by involving major stakeholders in education (parents/community, teachers, pupils)

Final Project Report, Batch 4, Uganda.
Authors: Robinson Nsumba Lyazi, Kafuko Alice, Jessica Sanyu

Raising Awareness among Pupils, Teachers and Parents on the Rights of Children through School and Class Councils

Final Project Report from Batch 12, Zambia.
Authors: Malango Ginno, Sichilima; Kalale, Katele Philip; Margaret, Nachela

Raising awareness among the Interns as to how maximum participation of Grade Five students could be guaranteed through Child Rights Convention

Final Project Report, Batch 16, Sri Lanka
Author: A. Jayalath Basnagoda, H.M. N. Dhammika Kumari, Mohamed Zain Hidaya

Raising Awareness of Child Rights among teenagers on the effective use of modern technology

Final Project Report, Batch 13, Sri Lanka
Author: Nanyana Aberathne, Kothai Nagularajah and Z. Thajudeen

Raising Awareness of the Child Rights Convention amongst Teachers, for improved Classroom and School Management

Final Project Report, batch 9, Uganda.
Authors: Mrs. Galiwango Annie Sybil, Mr. Ssengendo David, Mrs. Nabasinga Noeline Ntanda Victoria

Raising the Knowledge and Changing the Attitude and Practices of Students and Stakeholders on Child Right in Adare Primary School of Hawassa Town, SNNPR, Ethiopia

Final Project Report, Batch 16, Ethiopia.
Authors: Abera Argo Lankamo

Realising Child Rights in Education

Experiences and Reflections from the International Training Programme on Child Rights, Classroom and School Management
Authors: Rasmusson, Bodil; Andersson, Lena; Wångdahl Flinck, Agneta; Leo, Ulf; Wickenberg, Per

Realising Child Rights in Education

Experiences and Reflections from the International Training Programme on Child Rights, Classroom and School Management - BODIL RASMUSSON, LENA ANDERSSON, AGNETA W FLINCK, ULF LEO AND PER WICKENBERG (EDS.) | LUND UNIVERSITY This book contains experiences and reflections based on the global Child Rights, Classroom and School Management programme and in particular the Impact and Dissemination Seminar held in February 2016 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, with 170 participants from batches 15-21. Lund University has offered the programme since 2003, and it is an Advanced International Training Programme funded by Sida (The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency).

Reducing Child to Child Bullying in Primary Schools in Tanzania

Final Project Report from Batch 12, Tanzania.
Authors: Hyera, Demetria M.; Kimambo, Robert W.; Ole Meiludie, John E.

Reducing School Dropout Due to Child Labour

Final Project Report, Batch 11, Malawi
Author: Besta Yotamu, Elizabeth Ngongonda, Steve Banda

Reflections on implementing Child Rights Convention in Education in a global perspective

Wickenberg, P., Flinck W A., Leo, U., Rasmusson, B. & Yebio, B. (2012) Reflections on Implementing Child Rights Convention in Education in a global perspective 2003-2011. Academia Academia - A Peer Reviewed International Journal on Education. Vol. 1, No 1, January 2012, pp. 20-26. ISSN 2249-2696

Save the Children

Save the Children A lot of material and resources could be found on the websites for Save the Children International. Some links providing such material: http://www.savethechildren.org/site/c.8rKLIXMGIpI4E/b.6153061/k.7E4A/Publications_and_Reports.htm https://www.savethechildren.net/resources https://resourcecentre.savethechildren.net/our-thematic-areas/cross-thematic-areas/child-participation https://resourcecentre.savethechildren.net/keyword/positive-discipline

School Curriculum and Child Rights: A Case Study on the Impact of Civic Education at 3 High Schools Piloting the Subject

Final Project Report from Batch 9, Zambia.
Authors: Kabwe, Benjamin Harris; Malonga, Christina; Kazeze Gondwe, Esther.

School Violence and its Influence in the Child Free Personality Development

Final Project Report from Batch 10, Colombia.
Authors: de Buitrago, Flor Marina Sánchez; Rodriguez, Edwar Antonio Prieto; Bohórquez, Blanca Lilia Sánchez.

Setting up of a Child Friendly Classroom in the Kandy Model School

Final Project Report, Batch 03, Sri Lanka
Author: Jagath Polgaspitiya, S.M.M.G. Abeyrathne, Sumudu Nilaweera

Strengthening and Extending Child rights in the Primary Education Sector of Kerala

Final Project Report, Batch 18, India
Author: Jayalekshmi. S, P.S. Mathew and M.V. Mukundan

Strengthening Child Rights Clubs at School Level

Final Project Report, Batch 4, Ethiopia.
Authors: Abeba Gela - Worku Mengesha - Zelalem Tadesse

Students-to-Students: Mentoring & Tutoring Service on CRC & Life skills to Primary School Children Using Secondary School Students

Final Project Report, Batch 12, Ethiopia.
Authors: Abebe Demissie and Berhanu Belayneh

Taking Child Rights Seriously - Reflections on five years of an International Training Programme

Reflections on five years of an International Training Programme Per Wickenberg, Agneta W Flinck, Ulf Leo, Bodil Rasmusson, Richard Stenelo, and Bereket Yebio (eds.) This book contains the presentations and reflections on the Impact and Dissemination Seminar held in January 2009 in Bangkok, Thailand, with participants from the training programmes of the first five years when 300 change agents had been trained in the programme.

The Child’s Right to Freedom of Expression

Final Project Report, Batch 17, Egypt
Author: Manal Elsehrawy, Sherief Emam, and Maha Elkiki

The Evolving Capacities of the Child
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Lansdown, Gerison (2005) The Evolving Capacity of the Child. UNICEF & Save the Children

The Implementation Of Article 12 Of The United Nations Convention On The Rights Of The Child in Schools (A Pilot Project at Kabale Basic School – Mpika)

Final Project Report from Batch 1, Zambia.
Authors: Chisanga, David; Mumba, Paul; Mwape, Gertrude K.

The implementation of articles 13.1 and 29.1.a (Convention of the Rights of the Child) in grade 8 at Quisse Mavota Secondary School, Maputo, stressing participation

Final Project Report, Batch 16, Mozambique.
Authors: Adolfo Tembe, Armando Zavala and Gertrudes Noronha

The Implementation of Child-Friendly Teaching Model (CFTM), Classroom and School Management in CRC Perspective for SMP Negeri (State Secondary School) Tempuran I, Magelang, Central Java

Final Project Report, Batch 13, Indonesia
Author: Muhdi, Senowarsito and Umi Hidayati

The Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Tswane District-Schools with special Reference to Article 12: International Perspective

Final Project Report from Batch 3, South Africa.
Authors: Makofane, Timothy; Moripe, Bapela; Makutu, Selaelo.

The Right of a Child to Participation and Protection in Education. Handling of late comers to School: A Case of Zomba CCAP Primary and Namikasi Secondary Schools in Malawi

Final Project Report, Batch 07, Malawi
Author: Emma Dexter Mandala, Dorica Brenda Ayami, McPeatry Renard Kandio

The Rights of the Child and Minimum Levels of Learning as a Fundamental Right

Final Project Report, Batch 2, Ethiopia.
Authors: Sahilu Gebrewold - Takele Gebrekidan

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 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

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:

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.