Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned I: It´s Time to Talk – Children´s Views on Children´s Views

The Report is now available in English and in Spanish.

This report outlines the results of the lessons learned and validation process of the Time to Talk project, undertaken from January to July 2018. This process aimed to identify, analyse and document the:

  • Scope, quality and outcomes of children’s participation in Time to Talk
  • Lessons learned on the participation of working children in advocacy and research projects
  • Recommendations to improve the effective and ethical participation of working children in ongoing research, practice and policy development
 
 
 
 
 

The lessons learned and validation process used qualitative and quantitative methods and engaged different project stakeholders:

  • 7 Children Advisory Comittees from Asia, Europe and Latin America
  • Online questionnaire results from four Adult Advisory Committee (AAC) members
  • Transcripts from two, half-day online consultations with four Time to Talk Steering Committee members, and two consultant

Lessons Learned II: Supporting collaborative and child-led advocacy by working children

The Report is now available in English here.

This report outlines the results of the lessons learned and validation process of the Time to Talk project, undertaken from August 2018 to April 2020. This process aimed to identify, analyse and report on the:

  • collaborative and child-led advocacy actions/activities;
  • strengths and limitations of collaborative and child-led advocacy;
  • recommendations to improve the effective and ethical participation of working children.